Singer has recently announced that it has produced its very first redesigned 911 convertible in response to customer demand. The tuner claims that building this Turbo Study—based replica would pay tribute to the legendary Porsche 930.
Only one lucky client will get this customized version. The manufacturer asserts that the carbon fiber coachwork and the sculpted body contours improve both the vehicle's visual appeal and its performance. This restomod is propelled by an updated version of the Mezger air-cooled flat-six engine.
Its displacement has been increased to 3.8 liters and it boasts two turbochargers with automatic wastegates and custom air-to-water intercoolers positioned within the intake plenum. A manual six-speed gearbox feeds the engine's 510 horsepower to the back wheels. Singer does point out that all four wheels may be powered if the buyer so desires.
By collaborating with its clients to fine-tune the damping, braking performance, and traction control systems, Singer strives to offer the precise experience they seek. Prices for this model have not been made public by Singer, although the company does note that they are "vehicle-specific."