Noble Automotive was founded in 1999 by English engineer Lee Noble.

Based first at Barwell, Leicestershire, the company quickly became established as a prominent British manufacturer.

Lee Noble himself sold the company in 2006 and resigned two years later in 2008, allowing the new owners to move to a bigger premises at Meridian Business Park near Leicester.

Noble’s first car, the M10, was released in 1999 and although it had a small 2.5 litre engine, it was enough to allow the company to continue building fast, rear wheel drive sports cars, with cars such as the M12 and M15 following, with the latest car being the M600.

The M600 and its predecessors has allowed it to compete, in performance at least, with names such as Porsche, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and even Ferrari.

The company is still manufacturing its magnificent cars today and fans are eagerly awaiting the next volume in Noble’s history.


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