Singer Porsche 911 is built upon an early ’90s-era 911, features all new carbon fiber body work to give it the look of a Porsche from the ’70s or ’80s, while inside the modern machine boasts your choice of three engines, ranging from 3.6 L to 3.9L with power range of 300-425 hp, a 5 speed Getrag G50 transmission, four piston Brembo calipers and drilled rotors, uprated Bilstein adjustable dampers and coil over springs, newly-developed, three-piece forged aluminum 17-inch wheels, a bespoke interior to match the retro exterior, and a classic Carrera RS steering wheel from 1973.
It’s an emotional thing. If the Singer 911 doesn’t drop your jaw at first glance, it probably never will. The Singer 911 isn’t for everyone, and its still-unannounced pricing will reflect that exclusivity. Watch the video below.