'Seriously fast' new car to begin testing later this year
17 September 2009

Lee Noble, founder of the original Noble supercar company which was subsequently sold to a US buyer, has built a prototype for a brand new car of his own design.

The car, which will cost less than £70,000 when it goes on sale, has now been sent to to High-Tech Automotive, the South African low volume manufacturer that built his previous cars.

High-Tech will now build a running test model for evaluation.

The new car, which Noble describes as “affordable but seriously fast” is expected back for road trials in the UK before the year-end.

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17 September 2009

Confused. Can someone clearly lay out just what is 'Noble' of the M600 genus and what is 'Noble' in this incarnation...

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17 September 2009

does the first paragraph of the article not clear that up enough for you? big fall out due to some sort of financial irregularities apparently been the cause of the split.

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