English automaker Noble has announced plans to build an M600 Drophead Prototype, according to an Aug. 25 article on WorldCarFans.com.
Back in 2012, Noble released a rendering of the M600 Drophead, which can be seen above. Now, Noble’s managing director, Peter Boutwood, told Telegraaf in an Aug. 22 article that a prototype is currently in the works.
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However, Boutwood did say that a decision on whether or not they would start producing the car has not been made yet. He went on to say that if the M600 Drophead does see a green light for production, it will remain a “real driver’s car.” More than likely, the Drophead version will retain the 4.4-liter V8 found in the standard M600, which produces 650 bhp and 604 lb-ft of torque.
Stay with us for more information on the Noble M600 Drophead as it is released.
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