Noble Car Logo and Models
Noble Automotive Ltd., more generally alluded to pretty much as Noble, is a British sports car maker.
It was made in 1999 by Lee Noble in Leeds, West Yorkshire, for conveying fast sports cars with a back mid-engine, back wheel drive outline. Lee Noble was the manager originator and holder of Noble. He sold the association in August 2006. He surrendered from the association in February 2008 and distributed his new meander, Fenix Automotive in 2009. The association has since moved to greater premises at Meridian Business Park close Leicester.
Respectable is a low-creation British sports car association, its past things join the M12 GTO, M12 GTO-3, M12 GTO-3r and Noble M400. The M12 GTO-3r and M400 offer skeleton and body, yet have minor differences in engines and suspensions. The M15 has an alternate space layout suspension. The body and skeleton of the Noble is fabricated by Hi-Tech Automotive in Port Elizabeth, South Africa close by Superformance cars. At the point when the body shell is done, it is sent to the Noble modern office where the engines, transmissions, thus on are incorporated.
In 2009 Noble released the M600, a car which takes Noble into hyper-auto area. With 650bhp available from its inspiration amassed 4.4-liter V8 twin turbocharged engine, the carbon fiber, light weight bodied car is pointed relentlessly at the made Ferrari/Porsche brands. Transports to customers are typical mid-2010. The retail cost is GBP 200,000
Only 220 Noble GTO-3rs and M400s were remote made to the US They are the primary Nobles open to the American market. The US scattering rights to the M12s and M400s were sold in February 2007 to 1g Racing from Ohio. Due to offer of these cars, 1g released its own specific copy, named Rossion Q1.
Noble Vehicle Model list: