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.
Singer has released their new Porsche 911 Reimagined creation. Now Singer 911s are known for using some of the finest materials possible to create their creations built off a Porsche 964.
Unlike some other builds, Singer keeps away from less desirable parts such as fiberglass and uses materials like carbon fiber. Of course this means that their machines have a hefty price tag. In the past this was somewhere around $250,000 and up to about $500,000, but this new car takes it to the next level.
The Singer Porsche 911 is the car that most purists would like a new 911 to be. The flat-six engine sitting out back is offered in 3.6-liter, 3.8-liter and 4.0-liter displacements. But more importantly, all of these options are cooled by God’s good air.
The interior is a sea of leather with high quality accent materials. The build is custom to fit you in the most comfortable placement of all controls. In a hat tip to the enthusiast driver, a manual transmission is the only option.
Do you know a Porsche Enthusiast? Are you looking for just the right gift for them for Christmas or Hanukkah? Well, the folks over at Singer Vehicle Design have just the right gift idea for that Porsche lover in your life (or possibly yourself).
They are offering just 1,250 hard back copies of One More than 10: Singer and the Porsche 911. This is the second publishing of the book and with such a small number of the exclusive books produced, not everyone will be able to get their hands on one.
If you had attended the Pebble Breach Concours d’Elegance a few years ago and then attended this year then you may have been asking where the Porsche display was. For a number of years the German performance car maker had a display at the top of Peter Hay Hill.
However, the last few years this has not been the case and their presence of the headline event of Monterey Car Week has been absent. Just where has Porsche been during Pebble Beach?