Marvel at Singer's First Turbocharged 911 Restomod

Published on February 10, 2022 in News by The Car Guide

Photo: Singer Vehicle Design

Famous Porsche 911 tuner Singer Vehicle Design from California is responsible for a number of marvelous transformations of 964 models but this latest one marks the first road-going, turbocharged 911 reimagined by Singer. 

Almost every part of the exterior was modified—except the doors—and is inspired by earlier 911s (930) from the ‘70s and ‘80s. Under the carbon fibre body is a twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre flat-six engine capable of delivering more than 450 horsepower, though company boss Rob Dickinson says output may be tailored to each owner’s specification.

Incidentally, over 70 customers have already reserved bespoke restorations enabled by this Turbo Study. The price depends on the specifications but is probably close to $1 million USD. This particular unit is finished in Wolf Blue. You can check it out from every angle and fantasize about it in the photo gallery above.

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