Check Out This Amazing Noble M600 Video
The Noble M600 burst onto the scene as a user-friendly supercar in 2010. It was powered by a 4.4 liter, twin turbo V8 engine that churned out a base output of 650 horsepower. It should be noted that the V7 engine is also used in other cars like the Volvo XC90 and S80. It has a weight of 1250 kilograms, giving it the power to weight ratio of 530 bhp per ton.
Noble M600 Specifications
|Production||2010 - Present|
|Length||4,360 millimetres (172 inches)|
|Width||1,910 millimetres (75 inches)|
|Height||1,140 millimetres (45 inches)|
|Weight||1198 Kilograms (2645 pounds)|
|Fuel Delivery||Twin Turbo Charged|
|Number of Gears||Six|
|Engine Size||4.4 Litre|
|Top Speed||362 Km/h (225 mph)|
|Power||492 kW (660 hp)|
|List Price (US)||$450,000|
|Manufacturer Website||Noble Automotive|
There’s no questioning that the Noble M600 is fast. It can hit 60 miles an hour from rest in 3 seconds, and then 120 miles per hour in 8.9 seconds.
Noble M600 Engine
With the twin Garrett turbochargers and variable boost, the engine offers three modes of power. The base road gives a sane 450 ponies, while the track setting lets the engine produce 550 horsepower. The last mode, race setting, enables the engine to churn out 650 horsepower.
But the M600 has no ABS and stability control. Its sole electronic assist is a traction control. To ensure that users won’t accidentally turn off the said feature, its button is covered by a flip-up cover from a fighter jet.
Simply put, this is a supercar for daredevil drivers.
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