The Leicester firm’s latest model has been crowned the Noble M15 and is a development of the Noble M14 concept from 2004. Both cars use a 3.0 litre twin-turbo V6, although the power output of the M15’s unit is 455 bhp, 55 more than the M14’s. The 0-60 time was also improved, by exactly one second. The Noble M15 is designed to compete with the likes of Lamborghini’s Gallardo and the Ferrari F430. Featuring the same twin-turbo, 3.0L V6 producing 455 bhp that debuted in the M14 concept last year, the new car model M15 might be crowned Britain’s baddest supercar. The engine is now mounted longitudinally and hooked up to a brand new gearbox packing six speeds for lunch. Pricing of the new M15 is set at £75,000 ($130,000 USD).