The Porsche Tuner Singer Vehicle Design in California released a new turbo study inspired by the Porsche 930 in February, the original 911 Turbo built between 1975 and 1989.
Now Singer has released one of the first customer examples, a car that the company described as featuring sports focus.
Like the other Singer builds, the Turbo Study is based on the 964-Generation 911, built between 1989 and 1994, but with backdated styling (notice the wide body and whale tail rear spoiler?) And numerous mechanical upgrades.
The engine is a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged Flat-6 that is air-cooled but also has an air-to-water intercooler. In keeping with the sports focus of the car, the power has been increased from 450 hp to 510 hp in the standard turbo study.
Singer Turbo Study with added sports focus
Other special touches requested by the customer include a center-mounted fuel filler, low suspension, carbon-ceramic brake rotor and carbon-fiber bucket seat. A rear cross bracket has also been added. Like all turbo study models, the body is made of carbon fiber.
The color combination here is Turbo Racing White for the exterior, accented by a green stripe, as well as an interior lined with a bespoke houndstoot pattern accented with green.
The original Singer-tuned 911 (now known as the Classic Study), The Dynamics and Lightweighting Study (DLS), followed by the Formula 1 Knowledge from Williams Advanced Engineering and the Wild All-Terrain Competition Study (ACS) is the Turbo Study model. ) Off-roader.
The singer will present the car at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which runs from 23-26 June in the UK. For more coverage of the event, visit our Dedicated Hub.