Manufacturer Noble Automotive Limited, Leicestershire, England does keep up with its name, especially with Noble M12 GTO. Priced at $75,000, this effortless and unpretentious sports car can mislead you by its classy outer look. It is a kit car - its chassis and finished body is manufactured in HiTech, South Africa while its drivetrain comes from England. It is then assembled in 1g Racing Hamilton, Ohio, U.S. Come what may, rain, thunder or storm, this brainchild of Lee Noble can always only go fast! Super fast!
This is one part of the car which seems less worked at. This two-seater cabin cannot be given the adjective ‘spacious’. All that it has is the two seats and a set of soft bags behind the seats. Its dashboard, again, is an area of work in progress, with not much attempt at luxury. All that we have is the basic instruments and controls on it, keeping it clean. This car seems to aim solely for speed, like an ideal sports car should! With regards to extra credits for luxury, this car fails. It only has all the basic instruments and controls, making the thrill of speed the primary focus of the customer. The car enthusiasts have been given hint for inclusion of luxury features in the upcoming models. However, when it comes to safety equipments, it only has racing harnesses and standard belts. Future prospects in this regard also seems grim with no hints for airbags or anti-lock braking systems.
The M12 has a steel-tube space frame with aluminum sections. Set to keep it lightweight, its framework is made of fiberglass. Its exterior, manufactured by HiTech, a company known for manufacturing and perfect finishing the Cobra variants, is sleek and stylish. This car is available in all the basic colors.