Singer Vehicle Design that's right, the Californians, the building in the opinion of many the most beautiful Porsches in the world has published on Facebook the first pictures of his latest project. To do this, you do Not need to as a possible Singer-Younger know: Each Time in Sun Valley, a new age of eleven-a-side in formation, the enthusiasts of the world a short breath. In this magnificent piece, it will not be different. Practical: The purpose of the dark blue coupe is seen at first glance. The complex patterns on the skin of the latest Singer represents a topographic map of Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles. The same is curves known. The fits well. As always, singer's work is a feast for an eye.
In the '60s and' 70s, the Mulholland Drive has developed into a popular location for night-time, illegal race. Singers new imaginary Elfer Inspiration seems to have from that time period brought. The gorgeous rally-esque extra lights on the hood, for example, would have certainly helped, the curvy road during a night of full-throttle excursion to adequately illuminate.
As the Basis for the latest Singer prank is a Porsche 964 (was built between 1989 and 1994). Front, wheels, front, side view everything looks familiar and breathtaking as always. At the rear, however, the Singer has done something New and pretty Fascinating: Instead of removing the extendable rear spoiler of the standard model and make the corresponding area plan, installed the car Builder on a fixed wing with filigree aluminium legs. Such optics must be quite a novelty in a classic Porsche. But here, it somehow seems a suitable and presentable.
Unfortunately, Singer has not yet published any interior pictures of the cars, and the Facebook Post also reveals no further Details. Only a Roll cage in the color of the car can be seen on the existing picture material. Singer offers levels of his re-imagined Porsche 911 in a variety of performance. Base naturally aspirated six-cylinder boxer engines with a 3.8 or 4.0 litre Hubarum. The top version is the result of a collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering and the legendary Porsche-developer Hans Mezger. The unit produces 500 HP and turns more than 9,000 tours.(sw)