Singer's Hat-Trick 'Ultimate Classic Porsche 911'


Singer Vehicle Desings' new 'Ultimate Classic Porsche 911' comes with an Aria built chassis and Cosworth engine. Singer's 911 is an instant classic.

For the third installment of Singer Vehicle Designs' take on the Porsche 911, looks can be deceiving. Dressed in gorgeous all white, under the hood lies Cosworth's exclusive engine. Composite experts Aria Group will prepare, paint and deliver carbon fiber bodies for the Singer 911s. "We are thrilled to be involved with these incredible companies who together bring a wealth of heritage, intelligence and global engineering expertise to this labor of love." said Rob Dickinson, founder of Singer.

He continued: "this is not just about re-imagining an icon; we're working in a collaborative spirit of excellence to build something that celebrates Porsche's genius and the air-cooled era of the world's most important sports car: the Porsche 911." Internationally-renowned motorsport engineers Cosworth will be the exclusive supplier of the Ultimate Classic's engines. Customers will be able to choose from a 3.6-liter 300hp Touring, 3.9-liter 380hp Sport, or 3.9 to 4.0-liter over 425hp Cup spec engines.

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Dickenson sought to create the 'Ultimate Classic 911' by putting together the best characteristics of the air-cooled models from 1964 to 1998. He imagined a fresh design to make the cars appear more modern while saving the older 911s from an uncertain future. The machines are based on the early '90s 964 platform for its 'perfect blend of vintage 911 character and technical sophistication'. The carbon fiber bodywork put together by the Aria Group will hark back to the road racers of the '60s and '70s. In regards to the guts of the 911, SVD has updated almost everything to top of the line quality.

Some of the more notable upgrades include Brembo brakes, Apex Tech. wiring and electrics, Spinneybeck leather and Zuffenhaus wheels. Singer Vehicle Designs has priced the cars drafted to be the ultimate modern-day, air-cooled Porsche 911 from $190,000 and $300,000, depending on the customer's specific needs and specs.