Singer’s new Porsche 911 is the answer for its ‘turbo-hungry’ customers



In light of strong demand by customers for restorations that incorporate turbocharging, world-renowned Porsche 911 restorer, Singer, has revealed its answer dubbed the Porsche 911 ‘Turbo Study’.

If you’re wondering how strong the demand is; according to the company, more than 70 customers have placed reservations for custom restorations that offer turbocharging. The new range of turbocharged Singer 911s will now also include the iconic wide body, a whale tail spoiler, and shark fins on the rear fender.

The car you see here has been finished with a Wolf Blue paint job to shield its carbon fibre bodywork. Under the hood is a 3.8-litre twin-turbo flat-six, paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox, pushing out in excess of 450 hp.

According to Singer, the 3.8-litre air-cooled flat-six was taken out from the 964-generation Porsche 911 and now incorporates an electric wastegate and custom air-to-water intercoolers.

The rear-wheel drive Porsche 911 ‘Turbo Study’ will also get carbon ceramic brakes, and comfort-oriented suspension. All-wheel drive configuration can be specified according to the customer’s preference. The interior is defined by its Malibu Sand upholstery and Black Forest wood accents along with creature comforts like cruise control and heated seats.


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