Car News 19 Aug 2016

The beautiful 911 designs by Singer

Singer Vehicle Design is renowned for its bespoke restoration, combining old and new techniques to deliver modern crafted classics. The two latest stunning creations have been revealed today at Monterey Classic Car Week.

Each Singer Porsche is unique and customised by the buyer from the wheels up. The reimagined Porsches by Singer are named after their buyer’s hometown. The Luxemburg and Minnesota will be shown at Pebble Beach.

The Luxemburg, originally a 1990 Porsche 911 Targa, now houses an air-cooled 4.0-litre flat six engine producing 390bhp and 315lb ft of torque. The eye catching open-top is finished in Deep Orange paint contrasted with a Navy leather interior and 7-coloured woven ‘Tyler Tartan’ seats.

The Minnesota, based on a 1994 911 Coupe, is more reserved. The car runs on a 3.8-litre flat-six engine, delivering 360bhp and 282lb of torque.  The exterior is finished in an elegant Gunmetal Grey with a Tabacco Brown interior and Recaro sport seats. There is a splash of light blue across the dashboard and rev-counter.

Singer has delivered 50 bespoke 911’s so far, with 80 more in the pipeline. Pricing varies for each and Singer can be contacted directly for commissions.


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