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Noble M600 Supercar In Action

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On: Tue, May 24, 2011 at 9:11AM | By: Chris Weiss

Noble M600 Supercar In Action

There are cars that are fun to read about, and then there are cars that make you wish the talking heads would just shut up and show some video. And even though I'm technically one of those talking heads, I've long wished that I could just shut up and show some video when it comes to the Noble M600; because this is a car that promises to perform in a way that its specs might underestimate.

Well, I can now shut my mouth and put up some video.

Okay, I get paid to write, so I can't just put out the video without a little more text. But, if you already know all there is to know about the Noble M600's paper trail, just skip the next few paragraphs and hit play. For the rest:

The Noble M600 has been under development for several years. The company unveiled the car in January and plans to begin sales in the U.K. soon.

The M600 is powered by a 4.4-liter V-8 engine accompanied by two turbos and a six-speed manual transmission. It's offered in three tunes: 650-hp, 550-hp, and 450-hp, depending just how ape-$#!* you want to go on the pavement. Thanks in part to its 2,810-lb. curb weight, performance is quite impressive: 3 seconds to 60 mph, 8.9 seconds to 120 mph, and a top speed of 225 mph. Nothing wrong with any of those figures.

While it isn't the most revolutionary or beautiful supercar out there, the sharply-angled roof line gives it a look distinct (and better, imho) than more cabin-forward designs like the Koenigsegg Agera. I think it's a good (not great) looking car that gives a clear sense of the power lurking behind the seats.

While it performs like a stripped-down track car, it offers a cozy interior with Alcantara and leather trim, satellite navigation, and a big, red traction control button letting you know it's there when you need it.

Alright, what was it I said about shut up and show the video:

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