2017 Lee Noble Exile track car unveiled

Under the Specialized Sporting Vehicles banner, the founder of Noble Automotive, Lee Noble is currently launching his own brand new line-up of cars. The first “child” is a 515bhp per ton track vehicle dubbed the 2017 Lee Noble Exile.

Currently being tested in a prototype version, the Exile makes use of a twin-turbo 3.5-litre V6 Ford powertrain and it’s going to be launched by the end of 2017.

With 515bhp per ton or nearly 10bhp less compared to the BAC Mono, the 2017 Lee Noble Exile happens to be fast enough a 190mph top speed.

As for acceleration, it hasn’t been measured yet. Nevertheless, 2017 Lee Noble Exile is heading for a 0-60mph outcome, ranging between 2.4-2.9 seconds. It would make it one of the fastest-accelerating vehicles in McLaren territory. The car maker will try to prove it at the Nürburgring soon.

The car maker considers its fresh creation to be a road-friendly track vehicle. The dominating material of its bodywork is carbonfibre, though one can notice GRP body panels in places, reportedly utilized  to keep costs down. The price starts from £90,000.

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