The Noble M400 is a two-door/rear-mid-engine/rear-wheel-drive sports car designed by the British engineer Lee Noble and manufactured in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, from 2005 to 2007. This sporting-looking coupe runs with a turbocharged 3.0L DOHC V6 engine, which delivers a substantial maximum output power of 431 PS and 529 Nm of torque. It uses a German-made GETRAG 6-speed manual transmission equipped with a state-of-the-art Automatic Torque Biasing (ATB) limited-slip differential, engineered to provide perfect traction under all types of track conditions. The M400 goes from 0-62 Mph in 3.6 seconds, reaching a top speed of 187 Mph. This Noble M400, according to the UK Automotive TV show Vroom: "Comes with the performance level of a Ferrari Enzo, but the price of a Porsche 911".
The Noble M400 has a current market price of around 95,000 dollars, which is pretty sweet for one of the best sports cars in the world. The Noble M400 is a fast car engineered for winning races and doesn't come with electronic stability control, ABS, or airbags, including only a factory racing harness and a built-in roll cage for driver's safety. It comes straight out of the factory with Pirelli P Zero tires 225/40/R18 on both axles, supported by an anti-roll bar, stiffer springs, and enhanced shock suspension, with ventilated discs brake system. In brief, it is a high-performance machine capable of stunning even top-notch vehicles in a face-to-face racing setting.