The original blue Noble M600 prototype was an insanely fast machine. And thanks to a new carbon fiber body the weight of the british supercar has dropped from 1275 Kg (2810 pounds) to nearly 1200 Kg (2645 pounds)! That will lead to some serious performance figures knowing that the original prototype could do the 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint in 3.0 seconds and had a top speed of nearly 362 km/h (225 mph).

The Noble M600 is powered by a 4.4-Liter Twin Turbo Volvo V8 engine than produces 650 Hp. Power is transferred to rear wheels through a six speed manual gearbox. That makes the M600 a very serious driver's car!

For those who love Top Gear, the original blue M600 prototype currently holds the fifth fastest lap time of 1:17.7 around the Top Gear test track and you can watch it here.

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