The supercar builders at Noble released pictures and info on its new M15, the car that replaced the M14 it didn't build. Confused yet? Don't be. The M15 is everything the M14 was and more, with a 455-bhp version (455 ft.-lbs of torque) of the midship-mounted 3.0-liter Ford Duratec engine that's powered Nobles since time-immemorial (or for about a decade or so). The M15 is also purported to be the quickest Noble built, its twin-turbo configuration propelling all 2646 lbs of it from zero to 60 mph in under 3.3 seconds. (Short top gearing keeps max speed at 185mph.) It'll cost the equivalent of $131,000 in the UK (with sat nav!), but as always, no US version is forthcoming. Blast!
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Noble to Release All-New Supercar in April [internal]