The Noble M600 supercar is often cited as the modern day F40, with its raw performance, go-kart like handling and driver focused setup. The Carbon Sport edition of the M600 utilises a naked carbon fiber look on the exterior panels of the bodywork. Like other exotic supercars from the likes of Pagani and Koenigsegg, Noble buyers can enjoy having a glimpse at the expensive, lightweight and strong material used to build their car with.
Noble have developed a specially formulated automotive ink that is mixed in with the finishing lacquer over the carbon fiber. This allows a coloured tint to be applied over the usual black and grey colours of bare carbon fiber. The end result allows for a broader colour selection whilst maintaining the iconic herringbone weave of carbon fiber. This whole process is extremely labour intensive, with only the very best panels being utilised for the build of an M600 CarbonSport.