This time in Teal.
Classic Porsches will never go out of fashion, in fact, they're only growing in popularity and value, but these classic German sports cars are getting a bit long in the tooth, with some over sixty years old, and in dire need of restoration. The Porsche 911 in particular is a collector's favorite, and we have covered some insane restorations over the years, but few do it better than Singer Vehicle Design. These guys don't just restore old Porsches, they completely transform them into rolling pieces of automotive art. The company's latest creation dubbed the " Southampton Commission" is just another example of why these guys are the best at what they do.
This reimagined Porsche 911 steals the limelight with its gorgeous teal paint job with orange/brown highlights. As is the Singer way, all exterior modifications have been done with the aim to keep things looking as OEM as possible. The Southhampton Commision rolls on a set of classic Fuchs-style wheels, and behind them hide a set of orange brake calipers; an odd choice, but we can respect it. Under the engine cover of this beauty lies a naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six engine tuned by Singer. The engine sends its power to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual transmission.
The interior is period correct but features a few tasteful modifications to bring it up to date, such as air conditioning and navigation. The cabin features a ton of suede upholstery in colors matching the exterior paint job, most notably on the lightweight carbon fiber seats, where teal stripes highlight the beautiful paint job. Even the grommets keeping the seat in place are finished in bronze. Interestingly enough, the transmission tunnel has been left unupholstered and shoes off a Perfect Blue paint scheme. To finish things off, Singer added a timeless black suede steering wheel. Singer delivers, once again.