Garnering comparisons to the likes of the Ferrari Enzo by Road & Trac, the Noble M400 is a certified monster.
The light, rigid steel space frame chassis gives the M400 lightning quick reflexes and handling, staying glued in the corners, dissecting apexes with surgical precision and delivering true racecar performance on the street.
Amazingly the M400 is a very well behaved personality on the road, despite the massive performance pedigree.
When Road & Track Magazine tested the Noble M400, they drew the conclusion that, The Noble is one of the bet sports cars in the world.
With a 425HP Turbocharged and intercooled engine and weighing in at a mere 2,320 lbs, the Noble boasts a 400 HP/ton power to weight ration, just 40HP/ton shy of a Bugatti Veyron. It blasts from 0-60 mph in just 3.2 seconds and the standing quarter mile in 11.4 seconds at 119 mph. Edmunds recorded 1/05G of lateral grip and the M400 dissects apexes with the surgical precision of a true racecar for the street. Amazingly it is also very well behaved on the road, the suspension tuned for bumpy British B roads and with excellent outward visibility. Automobile Magazine raved that The M400 is really brilliant: Direct like a track car yet docile enough for the street. The cabin is superbly finished with Alcantrata Upholstery covering everything from the Carbon Fiber Sport Seats to the headlining, console and even the built in roll bar and it features Willans Racing Harnesses, GPS/DVD ready Pioneer/Infinity Audio System, plus generous leg, head and shoulder room. Outside, 18-inch ultra lightweight modular wheels are wrapped in Pirell P-Zero Corsa tires, AP racing brakes provide stopping power and aero-dynamically optimized bodywork and an adjustable rear wing provide stability at high speeds. This Midnight Blue M400 is a pampered example.
Brand new the M400 costs just shy of $110,000. Take one turn behind the wheel and youll get why performance enthusiasts stand at attention around an M400.
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