Noble Perfected by Rossion

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Void of the electronics found in many modern supercars, the Rossion Q1 and RP120 are true enthusiast machines.

Back in 2006, Noble Automotive ended production of the M12 and M400, two ridiculously fast supercars that didn't have many of the electronic gizmos used in more modern machines. But Rossion Cars wasn’t nearly done perfecting either one of them, so it purchased the rights to the cars from Noble and in turn created in the Q1 and RP120. The Q1, for example, may look like the old Nobles, but it's been reengineered from the ground up. It weighs just 2,500 lbs. and is powered by a mid-mounted twin-turbocharged Ford V6 that produces 450 horsepower.

Along with the performance boost, the Rossion Q1 also has a luxurious interior that makes it a better everyday car, yet can still go from 0-60 mph in three seconds flat. Then there’s the hardcore RP120, which is a different beast entirely. Check out the video below for full details of both enthusiast supercars.

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