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You want images of the Noble M15? We've got 23 for you right here.

When it was originally introduced last year, the Noble M15 sported a highly evolved three-liter, twin-turbo'd V6 that made 455 HP at 6,800 RPM and an equal amount of torque at 4,800 RPM. Mounted amidships and sending power to the rear wheels, the M15 could accelerate to 60 in 3.3 seconds and on to a top speed of 175 MPH. That was good, but Noble's propellerheads are making it better.

According to an article in Autoweek.nl, the next iteration of the M15 will get a 45 HP bump in output to bring power up to the mystical 500 HP level. Whether or not it's going to steal the £100k entry fee from buyers looking into an M6 or 911 is doubtful, but with only between 50 and 60 vehicles set to be built each year, exclusivity will run hand-in-hand with kidney-punishing performance.

[Source: Autoweek.nl via MotorAuthority]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      Yeah bgdc...it shows that the Duratec can handle the power (which a lot of people think it cant) and is actually a good engine.

      While it does look like a kit car, I think it looks pretty sharp.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Highly evolved 3.0 turbo? Eh, it's a Ford 3.0 V6 with turbos.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Wow, that thing went from a well integrated and production quality design to looking like the kit car that it is. What happened?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Is there anything this car can do better than an Ultima??
      • 8 Years Ago
      looks good.

      @ #1:
      I thinks it has more comfort.