Singer Porsche 911 Reimagined
Singer Vehicle Design showed off two of their lightweight design concept Porsche 911 reimaged creations at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. These same vehicles will make their North American debut during Monterey Car Week at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
The special no expenses spared 911 creations are exquisite examples. These vehicles are a result of a partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering. The air-cooled 911 with vintage styling offers 500 horsepower from its flat-six engine.
Other performance improvements over the 964 that it is based on, include improved suspension and brakes, a 6-Speed transmission and aerodynamic improvements. Weight reduction includes lowering weight on rotational mass. It all adds up to a very potent rear-engined sports car.
The 911 Reimaged Lightweight Concept Studies will first be shown during a private reception on Thursday, August 23rd. The public will be able to see one of the cars on the Concept Lawn at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 26th.
Singer’s founder, Rob Dickinson said: “The Dynamics and Lightweighting Study has been years in the making. To see the results, representing the ongoing pursuit of our client’s vision for their ultimate air-cooled 911, is so exciting. We’ve worked relentlessly to present a machine that visually celebrates the past while acknowledging the future – both inside and out. It’s incredibly exciting to play a role at historic Pebble Beach – as a small company, we’re thrilled to share our innovation on the concept lawn amongst world debuts and one-off prototypes.”