The cars will be on display at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed and Monterey Car Week.
Revitalizing a classic car using all-new parts is not an entirely new idea, but boutique design and restoration house, Singer Vehicle Design, has cracked the code on building high-dollar cars with unparalleled prestige. A Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer can cost upwards of $2 million dollars and there is a waiting list just to place an order. Singer has been building cars for a decade now and to celebrate its 10th anniversary, the company is bringing three cars to the famous Hillclimb at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 4-7, 2019.
The three cars include the Dynamics and Lightweighting Study (DLS) wrapped in a special livery, a 'Sussex' commission making its debut, and the 'Mulholland' commission to show off the company's 'Special Wishes' program.
"We want to highlight the achievement and celebrate with the enthusiasts at Goodwood the epic results of the teamwork we have fostered over four years of extraordinary focus to reimagine the most advanced air-cooled Porsche 911," Singer's founder and creative director Rob Dickinson said.
The DLS (shown in red) will make an appearance for the second year in a row and will be displayed at the Michelin Supercar Paddock as well as run the Hillclimb throughout the event. This car was built in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering and a formation of technical partners, including Michelin, Bosch, Brembo, BBS Motorsports, Hewland, Recaro and Momo. It features a 4.0-liter flat-six producing 500 horsepower at 9,000 rpm.
The Sussex commission (pictured in grey) is meant to be a "discrete gentleman's race car for the road," showing a 911 is the only car a person could ever need. Then there is the Mullholand Commission (pictured in blue), which wears a unique livery featuring a topographical map of Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles. The car shows off the work of Singer's Special Wishes department, which works with customers to develop their own unique car with special attributes. If you are unable to attend Goodwood, the cars will also be on display at Monterey Car Week in August.