14. Noble M600
The expansion of supercars in the 2000s brought many interesting, powerful machines. Most models of recent years are infamous, so many car enthusiasts are aware of them. However, a few models flew under the radar despite being powerful and fast. And one of those cars is the Noble M600. In fact, Noble became famous for producing extreme cars using components from other manufacturers. Being a British car company, people considered them to be a kit car factory. However, this was not true, but it affected their reputation on the supercar market. However, they shattered that reputation by offering the M600 model. It showed what Noble was capable of in the supercar market. They used a 4.4-liter V8 from Volvo and bolted two turbochargers on it to achieve 550 or 650 HP.
And they installed that engine in a lightweight, sleek body. The idea behind the M600 was to produce a pure supercar without any unnecessary electronic aids to deliver the purest driving experience possible. This made the M600 scary to drive, but also an immensely fun and unforgettable experience. Using all 650 HP, the M600 can climb to 60 mph in just 3.0 seconds and go over 220 mph. Unfortunately, regardless of its great looks and performance, mainstream supercars buyers avoided this model. Even though Top Gear featured it in their show and praised its qualities, not many people have heard of it. The M600 is still in production, so if you want to be a proud owner of one of today’s purest and fastest supercars, be ready to pay over $200,000.