• Noble M600 spied undisguised

The greatest kit car in a box maker has finaly come up with a new creation, and is set to unveil it at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The Noble M600 super car is expected to go on sale as early as the beginning of 2010. The M600 continues the philosophy that Noble started with models like the M15 and M400, but while the M15 is still quite sharp and angular and muscular, the M600 bears a strong resemblance to the design of Italian automakers like Ferrari.

Under the hood Noble has borrowed a V8 from the Volvo XC90 SUV, although in the sports car it is mounted longitudinally and pressurized by a pair of turbochargers. Although this may seem like an odd choice to borrow from, remember that other Nobles have used versions of Ford’s Duratec engines that were based on the designs of everyday cars like the European Mondeo. Noble chooses to get their performance from overall mass, and keep the power plants tuned for reliability. The total output in the M600 will be somewhere around 650 HP, allowing the light weight kit car to go from 0 to 60 MPH in less than 4 seconds and reach a top speed of 200 MPH.


Source: Auto Motor Und Sport

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