The 2010 Noble M600, a punchy throwback supercar powered by a Volvo developed Yamaha 650 horsepower twin turbo V8 and purposefully devoid of modern computerized niceties commonly found on expensive sports cars today, is not for the spoiled namby-pamby driver. An intentionally raw and unsophisticated old-school styled sports car, the M600, with its lightweight carbon fiber body and steel tubed framing, accelerates from a standstill to 60 miles per hour in just under 3 seconds and has a top speed that sneaks up to nearly 225 miles per hour. Intentionally built without air bags, ABS, stability control, all-wheel drive, electronic controlled adjustable damping, and automated shift paddles, the 2010 Noble M600 is designed for people passionate about driving.
The 2010 Noble M600, stripped of both unnecessary and overcompensating computerized assistance and any unneeded fashion oriented accessories, heavily rewards the skilled driver and creates an instinctual handling and accelerating atmosphere for anyone who grasps its steering wheel and six-speed floor mounted shift lever.
Noble’s quality engineering and handmade craftsmanship are brought to light in an uncivilized, uncorrupted and pure driver controlled experience. As a powerful and unrestrained low-production British supercar not likely to be street-legal on American roads anytime soon, the Noble M600 seems all the more exotic.