Here is Noble's first ever car that they made. The Noble M10. It used Ford's 2.5-litre V6 Duratec engine, producing 168hp, and running gear (& rear lights) from a Ford Mondeo, much like a Noble M12, but wasn't turbocharged. I believe that one of the Noble M10s is now turbocharged, as there is boot space (as you can see in the video) that can be used for turbos. After only producing 6 M10s, Noble stopped production and began working on the Noble M12 GTO, which had twin turbos, and was not convertible. This particular M10 was Noble's own, and was originally red (plate: S43 RJU, the one that Richard Hammond tested). It now has a Noble M12 dashboard. The owner only knows of 3 M10s left. So it's likely that there aren't 6 around anymore.