Lee Noble, the founder of the British motorsports manufacturer Noble Automotive, has officially revealed the look of their latest project, the Fenix Supercar. The car will be produced by Noble’s new company, Fenix Automotive, set-up within the two years following his departure from Noble Automotive.
The Fenix Supercar will feature its own aggressive body and interior design wrapped around a Corvette ZR1 engine or the slightly smaller GM LS3 V8. The GM LS3 V8 will give the Fenix Supercar a 480 horsepower heartbeat, while the famed Corvette ZR1’s LS9 V8 will push an even speedier 638 horsepower – the latter capable of zero to 100 mph in under 7 seconds. Top speed on the car will be 200 mph.
While official pictures have yet to hit, these renderings will have to do for those hungry enough to add one to their stable. It’ll be priced at around $120,000. Sales could begin by the fourth quarter of 2010. [NobleAutomotive via WorldCarFans]