The car will be on Kerridge's stand at the Suffolk Show which opens on Sunday from 10am until 6pm.
This will be one of only a few occasions that the public can see the car in the metal before it appears in showrooms, as Noble is finalising production plans for the car.
The M15 debuted earlier this year, recently featured at the British Motor Show and appeared on Top Gear last week.
The £75K supercar is intended as more of a Grand Tourer than the more track focused M12s, but it still delivers crushing performance.
The same 3 litre V6 is used as in the M12s, but this time in a 455bhp state of tune. It also boasts a rupturing 455 lb/ft of torque. Noble claim 60mph will be reached in just 3.5 seconds. Top speed is geared for 185mph, although Noble are confident that it could reach 200mph.
The spaceframe chassis with integral rollcage is 57 per cent stiffer than the M12 and intensive development has ensured that the famed Noble handling on the limit is even better than before.