Production of the Noble M600 is now underway and will be delivered to its first customer in July
23 June 2011

Noble will deliver the first example of its all-new Noble M600 to its first customer next month.

The hand-built supercar, on display in final production form at Salon Privé, will be built at the rate of one per month and company boss Peter Boutwood said the firm had a “full order book”.

See a pic of the Noble M600 at Salon Privé

Boutwood insists that potential customers try the 650bhp V8 Noble before they buy, and he also allows them to spec up their car’s exterior/interior colour schemes to however they choose without any extra cost above the £200,000 list price.

The M600 is powered by a twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 Yamaha engine, producing 650bhp and 602lb ft. It can get from 0-60mph in just 3.5sec and reach an estimated top speed of 225mph.

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