The M400 is actually a variant of the M12. The chassis is built in South Africa, and you will need to find an engine and transmission. You can secure a list of drivetrain distributors from 1 G Racing, the Ohio outlet that sells the chassis.
Lee Noble has been designing cars since 1999, and the 2007 Noble M400 has been redesigned several times. The new model has attracted quite a following and is a top choice for speed enthusiasts worldwide.
The going price for the 2007 Noble M400 is $94,229.00 and the weight is 2337 lbs. The preferable engine is a Ford V6. The V6 engine is the same that is the heart and soul of the Mazda 6. The car is touted as being one of the best drives on the market today.
The best advantage of the 2007 Noble M400 is that it can handle every day driving, yet performs as a super car. You’ll find the M400 to be smooth, comfortable, and an easy ride. It handles well and you’ll also find that the seats are a bit challenging but much better than most other sport cars.
You’ll also discover that Noble sold the M400 line to 1G Racing giving them full rights to rebrand, rename, and redesign the M400. The new model is called the Rossion Q1. The Rossion Q1 will be a newer streamlined version of the 2007 M400.
The newer version will feature a weight of 2500 pounds, will clock in at 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, and will reach maximum speeds of 185 miles per hour. The price tag is roughly the same as the 2007 Noble M400, at $90,700.
The greatest advantages of the newer designed M400 featured in the Rossion Q1 will be more comfortable interiors and gadgets such as satellite navigation system, top of the line sound system, and power mirrors.