Noble Automotive is a sports car manufacturer from Great Britan, founded by Lee Noble and currently owned by Peter Dyson.
The Noble M12 and all of its variants were powered by modified twin-turbo version of the Ford Duratec V6. It is equipped with a full steel roll cage and frame, with fiberglass composite body panels. It also doesn't have any anti-roll bars equipped, which allows for more independent movement of the wheels. The full range of M12s were produced from 2000 to 2008.
The Noble M600 . It has a Volvo twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 650 HP, a carbon fiber body shell, and a 6-speed gear box produced by Yamaha.