How fast, exactly? Read on.
The Noble M600 is one of those supercars Americans wish they could buy but can’t. The Europe-only, UK-based Noble builds what is perhaps one of the last (in production) analog supercars on the planet, the M600. And today, there’s a new one just in time for the London Motor Show, opening this week. Presenting the 225-mph Noble M600. For the record, the Lamborghini Aventador SV has a top speed of 217 mph. It was built in celebration of Super Veloce Racing (SVR) being appointed as the exclusive sales and service dealer for Noble Automotive.
SVR will now be the service provider for the UK and European markets for all current and future Noble owners. It will also work with customers to ensure their M600 perfectly meets their expectations and bespoke requirements. The M600 you’re looking at is a customer demonstrator for test drives, which includes a professional racing driver. It’s finished in a gorgeous "Black-Red" paintwork with a bare, exposed carbon fiber roof. Power comes from the familiar 4.4-liter Yamaha twin-turbo V8 with 662 hp at 6,500 rpm and 604 lb-ft of torque at 6,800 rpm. Total dry weight is only 2,641 lbs (1,198 kg), allowing for a power-to-weight ratio of 558 hp per ton. Zero to 60 mph takes only 3.5 seconds and to 120 mph in 8.9 seconds.