Noble M600 model introduction
British sports car manufacturer Noble Nobel announced its new generation of the M600, the new car officially unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Noble M600 is a carbon-fibre body with a tubular structure and an Alcon brake system with a front brake disc diameter of 380 mm and a rear brake disc diameter of 350 mm. The M600's power comes from Volvo's V8 engine, 4.4L displacement plus twin turbocharger, maximum power output of 650 horsepower, 100-kilometer acceleration time of 3 seconds, acceleration to 160km/h and only 6.5 In seconds, the speed is more than 360km/h.
In addition, the Noble M600 has a control system that adapts to different driving styles. In the comfortable driving mode, 450 horsepower output will be provided to the driver. If you choose the track mode, then more 150 horsepower will be bloody. Finally, in the competition mode, the Noble M600's 650 horsepower output can be fully played.
What is even more exciting is that the net weight of the new car is only 1275kg. In front of the M600, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS can only be bowed. The lightweight body comes from the application of carbon fiber bodies and lightweight steel chassis.
The M600 front and rear axles have a weight distribution of 40:60. Other configurations include non-adjustable shock absorbers, Alcon brakes and a fixed steering ratio. More extreme, the 650-horsepower M600 does not provide an electronic stability system (ESP) or even an anti-lock braking system (ABS). Even the traction control system can be turned off at any time. It seems that it is necessary to control this level of monsters. No first-class car skills are completely impossible. The M600 was in volume production in the fall of 2009 and is priced at around £200,000.