A 2018 British Racing Green Noble M600 CarbonSport will be at The Confused.com London Motor Show this May, taking pride of place on the all-new Built In Britain feature.
Designed, engineered and manufactured at Noble’s Leicestershire base, the twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 M600 CarbonSport is poised to be one of the stars of the show at London’s ExCeL in May. The car boasts a power output of 662bhp, resulting in a top speed of an estimated 225mph and a 0-60mph time of just 3.5 seconds. It weighs in at just over a ton.
The team at Noble has invested five years of extensive development into the M600 CarbonSport, which earns its name from the abundance of fully exposed carbon fiber throughout. Handcrafted to the highest standards in the industry and built to the customer’s specification, the M600 CarbonSport offers custom detailing that can go beyond unique aesthetic details for customers in order to provide a driving experience like no other.
The CarbonSport is primarily designed for speed and handling, however this is not at the expense of either comfort or practicality, with a cabin which features a traditional custom British hand-built finish. Carbon center console, door cards and gear knob, hand-turned knobs and fine quality wool carpets bound to the edge with leather are also fitted. In keeping with the carbon fiber theme, the seats are of lightweight carbon fiber composite construction, which can be customized to individual requirements.
The all-new ‘Built In Britain’ feature will display the very best of British automotive manufacturing and motoring, with a host of vehicles from well-known brands, commemorating the nation where vehicle design and production all take place.
Alec Mumford, chairman of The Confused.com London Motor Show, said: “The Leicestershire-based Noble Cars is truly a British institution and we are delighted to have the 2018 M600 CarbonSport at the London Motor Show. In what is a major feat of British ingenuity and sheer brilliance, this car produces over 660bhp and is an absolute testament to this country. A beautiful car, which is deserving of its place on the Built In Britain feature, which is sure to capture the the heart of visitors at the show.”
Tickets start at just £18.50 and one child (under 17) goes free with a paying adult. They’re on general sale now and available to purchase at www.thelondonmotorshow.co.uk