Noble M600 Interior
The M600, though, isn’t packed with infotainment features. It isn’t really a car designed to keep its driver and passengers entertained and traveling in style. There is no big screen and climate control. It only has a focused cabin with bucket seats to hold the driver and passenger firmly in place. Then there’s a traditional, stick-shift six-speed right in the middle of the cabin.
Think of it as a back to basics performance car.
Unlike other supercars, the M600 won’t intimidate you with its interiors. Going inside it isn’t that hard as well. Simply swing open its lightweight door, sit on the Sparco seat, and turn the key. Slide the gear lever into first gear and you are off and running.
The M600 may not awe you with its infotainment system but you’ll still get the impression that this isn’t an ordinary car. There are lots of leather inside the car. There is a blend of twin-tone carbon fiber with bespoke instruments and switchgear. Between those instruments is a tiny panel where you can choose and see settings.
Its interior may not have Ferrari-like appeal but it does offer enough space for passengers. It’s very good for a mid-engine supercar. There is enough headroom for six-footers inside. The seats recline far enough to suit even tall drivers and passengers.
Noble M600 Top Speed
You’ll be impressed with the deep and menacing sound of the V8 when the car isn’t moving. You’ll love the light and progressive twin plate clutch. And the gearshift is slick and positive.
On the road, the M600 is easy to drive. It is very neutral and nimble. The ride quality is outstanding, quiet and very supple. Changing gears is quick and smooth, and you’ll feel the feedback from each corner.
Perhaps the most impressive performance feature of the M600 is its ability to increase speed from the fourth gear. At that gear, the car can push to a top speed between 345 and 360 kilometers an hour.
As mentioned earlier, it has no ABS brakes and stability control. Thus it is up to the driver to administer the enormous power of this car. It does have a simple traction control.
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