Noble M10

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Noble M10
Manufacturer Noble
Production 1999-2000
Assembly United Kingdom
Designer Lee Noble
Body and chassis
Class Sports car
Body style 2-door Convertible
Layout Mid-engine, RWD
Engine 2.5L V6
Transmission 6-speed manual
Length 52 in (1,321 mm)
Width 68.9 in (1,750 mm)
Height 46.3 in (1,176 mm)
Curb weight 2,116 lb (960 kg)
Successor Noble M12

The Noble M10 was the first car designed and produced by Noble Automotive. It was a two-door, two-seater model built in convertible form only. It is powered by a naturally aspirated 2.5-litre 168 hp engine. It was introduced in 1999, but is no longer in production, having been replaced by the M12. Only 6 cars were ever made as customers moved deposits onto the M12 as soon as its credentials were announced. The M10 is similar in performance to the Lotus Elise in many respects. The Toyota MR2 Spyder is noted for having a somewhat similar appearance to the M10. The first two cars were built at Lee Noble's home garage see Fenix Automotive.


  • 0-60 = 5.9 seconds
  • 0-100 = 16.9 seconds
  • 0-1/4 mile = 14.56 seconds
  • Top speed = 135 mph (217 km/h)