Become Ennobled for $59,900

If a Porsche is too plebeian for you, a Lotus too languid, if even a Modena is too mundane, then Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a Noble idea that's just for you. That exclusivity comes at a price, however. » 5/07/10 8:00am 5/07/10 8:00am

Noble M600

British sports car manufacturer Noble has been delighting the auto-loving parts of our brain with its lightweight and delightfully powerful supercars since 1999, and they've just revealed an image — albeit camouflaged like a Ted Nugent-owned Lamborghini — of their next offering, the Noble M600. The M600 is expected to… » 5/19/08 8:30am 5/19/08 8:30am

Rossion Q1: A Noble for Americans

It's not that we dislike the faux-spyshot device as a rule. Volkswagen did it to some effect with its new Tiguan SUV. But it's a little trite for our taste. Nonetheless, it's the latest attention-getting strategy of new carmaker Rossion. That is, the US-based sports car builder (and Noble distributor) that's licensed… » 10/09/07 4:39pm 10/09/07 4:39pm

New Nobility: Rossion Q1 Is The New Noble

If you'll remember, UK auto manufacturer Noble was totally on the ropes a few months back due to capital needs on development of the M15. And as UK automaking companies are want to do, they looked to sell the right to build their vehicles overseas. In Noble's case, they tossed overboard the rights to the M12 and M400.… » 7/12/07 1:00pm 7/12/07 1:00pm

Track-Day, USA: Noble Sells Manufacturing Rights to US Distributor

Lee Noble and his UK masterminds behind Noble Automotive announced it's awarded the rights to manufacture its M12 and M400 track-day cars to its US distributor, 1g Racing. The deal means means a cash infusion to support Noble's efforts to build the upmarket M15 and a rumored new model that will reportedly put the… » 2/22/07 9:48am 2/22/07 9:48am

Noble M12 Supercar in New York

Lee Noble's boys didn't bring their new M15 to New York, but they did spare a highly regarded M12 GTO 3R. Who would have thought a $90,000 South Africa—built, Ford Duratec—powered super car that ships in two parts (it's technically a kit — sorry, component car) to bypass US emissions and crash regulations would lead… » 4/13/06 5:27pm 4/13/06 5:27pm