When you want to both get attention and show your talent on a full scale, rendering another brand’s car is one of the boldest moves, sometimes you succeed, sometimes you fall. Singer Vehicle Design didn’t impress Porsche with its latest ACS off-road 911 project. The car's lettering comes from the fact that the 911 is inspired by both Porsche 959 and Safari 911.
Despite gaining a lot of positive attention from the fans, they were kindly asked by Porsche to remove the ACS off-road 911 from its website and Facebook page after declaring that they complained about the large “Porsche” lettering on the privately commissioned car.
Siner’s All-terrain Competition Study created a jacked-up 911 that got the Porsche’s legal department's attention due to its name appears on the vehicle. This is the official explanation for the sudden disappearance from the company’s website and Fb page. The situation is still to be clarified and further statements will be made.
The fans didn’t quite understand what the problem is with the lettering, but the global following Singer company using their name on the project could generate bad PR for Porsche. So, in order to prevent the possible damages and protect their brand’s, the German company decided to ask.
Porsche made stated that the growing community of the brand’s enthusiasts is a cause for celebration, but they have a moral obligation for their customers to ensure that they are getting the original cars manufactured by the very Porsche company. And giving it a second thought, this was the ideal step for the manufacturer.