Singer 911

Singer Vehicle Design builds a fusion between of the original 911 and modern materials, design, and updated technologies. Now Singer unveiled the first production version of its 911. The California-based company sees this process as a modest contribution to the recycling culture and one by which old 911s are reclaimed and perhaps saved from an uncertain future.

Singer Vehicle Design purchases fully road legal pre‐1994 Porsche 911 Coupes for the basis of construction. The cars are comprehensively stripped, cleaned, treated for rust prevention and strengthened. A carbon fiber bodywork attributes of extreme strength and a light weight. Newly developed front and rear spoilers increases the high‐speed stability.

The standard suspension features uprated Bilstein adjustable dampers and coil over Springs. This suspension is specified and set up to offer a compromise between daily usability and sporting potential. But a optional sport suspension package is also available.

The Singer 911 utilizes the 5 speed Getrag G50 transmission from the 964 series and comes with the option of a limited slip differential. Singers offers a choice of three air cooled flat six engines, all with specific characters and capacities from 3.6 liter to 3.9 with an ultimate power range of 300‐425bhp. This car will accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in less than 4 seconds and the top speed is 274km/h.

For deceleration the Singer 911 uses the complete braking system from the 993 series including four piston Brembo calipers and drilled rotors. An optional upgraded braking package is also available. This system taken from the 993 Turbo and provides even greater stopping power.

The singer 911 has wheels in the style of the iconic Fuchs wheels designed in the 1960’s. Just like the exterior, the Singer 911 comes with an interior with a retro look, which can be personalized through the selection of certain optional materials and fittings. Prices starts a little under $ 200,000.

For more information visit the website of Singer Vehicle Design.

10 COMMENTS

  1. I dont like the whole thing,its like an overkill,someone tried to copy a very classic car such as the 60’s 911 on the base of a newer 911.It sounds more like blasphemy,every 911 is unique ,you cant just rip off all its parts and then try to make it look like an older one.On top of all that you put an unknown quality and company engine+you have to pay 200.000$.Definitely an overkill.

  2. I love it since I saw for the first time couple of eyars ago. Especialy in that orange colour they presented it back then.

  3. Fantastic concept, but its priced for 2001, not 2011. Get that price down to $75,000 at least + add a 2-3 yr warranty.

  4. Well, if you watch it from another angle, you get car faster than GT3, imo looks much better than GT3 and it’s much rarer than GT3. And if Lexus can aford to ask $375000 for LFA, I think $200000 for something a lot cooler is fear. And this is the price you will pay if you try to do the same think with some american muscle in any hot rod shop in LA. So considering all that the price is fear. Check this video to realy appreciate the car.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM91zICjcNc

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