Noble Automotive showed its M500 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car’s engine makes 558hp from a twin-turbocharged Ford V6, which also powers other cars like the F-150 and GT. The engine sends power via a DSG dual-clutch automatic unit, and the car is expected to be rear-wheel drive.
The design of this car was done by Noble company director Peter Boutwood. The model on display is a full-sized model without an interior and not a working prototype. The M500 is currently in its early stages of development, so you will probably only see it hit production in 2019.
Unlike the M600's carbon-fibre body, the M500's will use on made of fibreglass. The M500 will focus on everyday usability and could come with more comfort features.