Singer Vehicle Design reveals yet another reimagined 911 in the space of a week.
The classic Porsche 911 is a thing of beauty, particularly when it's one hailing from the era of air cooling when the German automaker wowed the world with its ability to make a car with the engine in the wrong place handle so sweetly. But the restomod culture that has been built around the classic 911 in recent years is something even more special to behold, with one company standing head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to the most beautifully reimagined 911s possible.
Singer Vehicle Design has spent more than a decade producing the finest examples of the iconic sports car, with the company's "Everything Is Important" tagline showing through in the detail it goes into when reimagining cars. The latest commission stays true to that and, unveiled on Facebook this week, might just be our favorite one yet. Meet the Warren Commission.
Each 911 "Reimagined by Singer", gets a name depending on where the buyer hails from, and each build is completely bespoke like the recent Targa dubbed the Honor Roll Commission. In the case of the Warren Commission, the owner's new machine arrives in 4.0-liter, all-wheel-drive specification, with the naturally aspirated flat-six engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission.
Carbon fiber bodywork keeps the weight down, finished in a shade of Dark Battleship Grey with subtle ghosted stripes, black lettering, and deck-lid badging finished in nickel. Adding to the overall look, the owner also specified a center-mounted external fuel filler cap on the hood and carbon-ceramic brakes.
The interior is absolutely spectacular, with lightweight carbon fiber bucket seats upholstered in an Oxblood red leather and suede weave, finished with brass grommets. The woven look is continued throughout the cabin, with the upper dash finished in classy black leather, while the rear of the cabin, the transmission tunnel, and the sills are finished in the Oxblood leather. The luggage compartment gets the full Singer treatment, too, with a quilted Oxblood leather complete with grey stitching to tie in the exterior hues, while the badging on the dash is finished in the same nickel as the exterior badges.