2006 Noble M15

Building on the success of the M12 without compromise, the M15 is a more noble mature lux With satellite navigation have rated a walk impeccable pour 300 liters of luggage space!

Building on the success that does not compromise the M12 to M15 is a more mature Noble with luxuries including Satellite Navigation, impeccable ride and 300 liters of luggage space!

"M12 is a nice car, but it is very focused and I wanted to produce a supercar people could use every day," said founder Lee Noble. "It 'was time for Noble to take a big step forward in terms of refinement, practicality and style.

"We are delighted with this new car and different skills, and I know there's a car in its class to touch it dynamically. After all, Noble yet!"

The M15 accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under 3.5 seconds and 10 100 miles per hour in less than 8s. It keeps going all the way to 185 miles per hour, too, and was adapted for rapid acceleration throughout the region instead of a speed of 200 mph top end easily attainable.

With the release of the proven 455bhp A Three Double-liter turbo engine Noble APPRI to rely on, car is also the fastest ever to Exit Barwell, Leicestershire. With the figure of 455lb/ft Additional torque, all-dancing A car that weighs a little more the 1200 kg, the M15 EST terribly fast.

A £ 74,950 the M15 locations into battle with the established super brands, but Noble is happy to meet face. "I hope that people who test this car is seen as a real alternative to £ 130,000 Exotica, and the immediate competition in the range of prices," he said. "We know we are hard on the opposition but I'm sure this car will bring us significantly."

Supreme cornering skills and confidence inspiring chassis are part the DNA and in this sense, the M15 promises to be even better. The three-dimensional frame with integrated roll cage is 57 percent stiffer than the M12, which has won awards around the world and intensive development has ensured that the fabled Noble handling on the limit is even better than before.

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