Motoring / Cars and Bikes

Noble Showcases Latest M600 Supercar

In partnership with Super Veloce Racing, the boutique car company aims at a greater reach for its supercars.

May 05, 2016 | By Staff Writer

A result of five years of development, the boutique British supercar company Noble showed off its latest ultra-quick coupé at the London Motor Show. The bespoke M600 came with a shiny black-red exterior and carbon fiber, pushing out a maximum of 662 horses.

With a power-to-weight ratio of 558 of those horses per tonne, allowing it to race past the 100km/h mark in 3.5 seconds. This ability comes from its 4.4-liter twin turbocharged V8, built by Yamaha if you can believe that, and perhaps more importantly, how lean and light its chassis is. This is the real believe it or not moment because the car weighs in at a mere 1,198kg.

But speed and agility on the road is just one part of the experience. Noble is also trying to get cars into the eager hands of customers faster. To make this happen, they have a new partner in Super Veloce Racing (SVR), which will now serve as the company’s sole sales and servicing agent in UK and Europe. As an intermediary linking up customers with their future cars, SVR will help prospective owners to spec the models and characteristics they want and will ensure that vehicles remain in tip-top condition. In fact, it was the team at SVR who chose London as the platform for launch.

Since its inception, Noble has been set on building its own kind of vehicle with performance quality well able to match many other larger companies out there. With SVR, we hope these inspiring cars find more and more deserving homes.

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