As previously reported, the M600 features a mid-mounted 4.4-liter V-8 engine with a pair of turbochargers bolted on. Noble is offering three different states of tunes, with the most powerful version delivering a healthy 650 horsepower and 604 pound-feet of torque (lesser models will come with 450 and 550 horsepower, respectively).
Combine this with the M600’s relatively light curb weight of just 2,810 pounds and you get 0-60 mph acceleration of less than 3.0 seconds and a top speed in excess of 225 mph. For extremists, the 0-120 mph run is done in just 8.9 seconds.
Inside, the driver is cocooned in carbon fiber but this is no stripped-out track car. There’s still niceties such as satellite navigation, Alcantara and leather trim and full carpeting. One of the special features is a big red switch marked 'TC'. Even purists will acknowledge there are times when traction control is handy--like when trying to merge a supercar with traffic on a bumpy, narrow street on a rainy day. The rest of the time, it'll likely be switched to the 'off' position, however.
No word on pricing yet, nor the availability of any left-hand drive models, but we do know the company has a handful of deposits already taken and keen interest from customers in North America.