One Of The World's Smallest Supercar Makers Is Set To Double Production

A top speed of 215 and a 0 to 62 time of 3.2 seconds.

British supercar maker Noble doesn’t make a lot of news. That could be because the company is small (less than 20 employees) and doesn’t make many cars (12 a year). Prepare yourself for new drag race and exhaust note videos featuring the M600 as production is set to double. That’s right, Noble will soon make 25 cars a year! That may sound laughable but note that each car is hand-built to exact specifications and takes three months to make. The wait is worth it as the M600 has some serious power.

A Volvo-sourced V8 and two turbochargers give the M600 up to 650 horsepower; drivers can actually switch between three horsepower levels, 450, 550, or 650 using a switch in the cabin. At max power the M600 rockets form 0 to 62 in 3.2 seconds and hits a top speed of 215 mph. Each costs around $300,000 so they aren't exactly cheap.

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