One of the rarest supercar out there, the Noble M600, has been recently spotted out, while being driven aggressively around Monaco, during the Top Marques event.
If exclusivity is worth more than the logos fitted onto its body when buying a brand new supercar than Noble is probably one of the names you should considering. And when we say Noble, we immediately add the M600, followed by an exclamation mark. The newest clip with the British vehicle is coming from Monaco, where it has been spotted during the 2014 Top Marques event. This is actually the same model which was brought to the same event, a couple of years ago.
The video posted below is showing the Noble managing director, Peter Botwood, driving the supercar very aggressively. And if you wonder how a boss from Noble can drive like that, than you should know that he is a former racing driver. Noble is producing the M600 since 2010 and this is coming with a 4.4 liter V8 engine under its hood, rated at 650 HP (485 kW) in the top of the line version. Customers can also choose the more tamed 450 HP (336 kW) variant. From 0 to 100 km/h, the Noble M600 needs just over 3 seconds. Top speed stands at 362 km/h (225 mph).