The £18k roofless buggy uses Mk3 Ford Mondeo parts and has the potential to be fitted with almost any engine.
Around 20-30 are expected to be sold each year, but Noble is but is open to the idea of licensing the design abroad to eke out a few more for use at holiday hotspots around the world.
Most are expected to be sold as ready-built cars for £18,000, rather than the £10,000 self-assembly kit, given the dwindling state of the kit car market.
“It was purely based on frustration with Exile, in the middle of summer 2016. I thought it would be nice to have a toy to play with,” said Noble, explaining the rationale behind the unusual model.