|Founded in 1999|
|Country: United Kingdom|
|1 car included|
- "Noble Automotive Ltd., a British company known for its low–production–run sports cars, was established by Lee Noble in 1999. In it's time, the company has produced the M12 GTO, M12 GTO–3, M12 GTO–3R, and the Noble M400. But it was the M600, released in 2009, that left behind the idea of computer–aided driving. For £200,000, buyers got an analog design that stripped out amenities such as ANS, AMS, and climate control to focus on precise handling and power. The car tested driving skill with a 650–hp, 4.4 litre V8 twin–turbo engine, a carbon–fiber body, acceleration from 0 to 62.1 mph in 3.5 seconds, and a top speed of 255 mph. With only 50 built annually, buyers knew they were getting something special. Noble cars are in high demand in the United States because only 220 GTO–3Rs and M400s were ever imported. However, in 2007, 1G Racing bought the distribution rights to the M12s and M400s, and released its own copy named the Rossion Q1. To this day, the Noble is the sixth fastest car around the Top Gear Test Track. In late 2006, Lee Noble sold Noble Automotive Ltd. to American Peter Dyson, an exotic–car enthusiast and the owner of an M12. Noble formerly resigned from the company in 2008 and went on to form Fenix Automotive in 2009."
Year Model PI 2010 M600 R3 722 VIP Membership