U.S. Built Noble Renamed Rossion Q1

US built Noble renamed Rossion Q1

US built Noble renamed Rossion Q1

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When the U.S. distributor of Noble Automotive, the Ohio-based 1G Racing, bought the rights to build local versions of Noble M400 and M12 supercars, there was a clause that required 1G to rebadge and rename the cars. Thus, the Rossion Q1 was born.

Based loosely on the British-designed supercars, the Q1 has been upgraded with luxury appointments including satellite navigation, power mirrors, hand-stitched leather interiors, and a premium sound system.

Sharing a mix of components from both the previous Noble cars, the Q1 offers up to 450 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque in a body that weighs just 2,500 pounds, translating to a 0-60 mph time of just 3.2 seconds and a quarter mile time of 11.4 seconds. Top speed is estimated to be in excess of 185 mph.

The starting price for the bare chassis and entry-level drivetrain is $90,700, and the first deliveries are expected to start later this year.


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  1. trying to find ungrades for the m400 in regards to exhausts/engineungrades to get the car to 500hp.
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