The Porsche 911 is an incredible car with an adoring fan base spread all around the world. Whether it’s Jerry Seinfeld’s GT3 RS or a classic 911 F, each 911 tells its own part of the Porsche story – and Singer Vehicle Design is here to celebrate that.

Based on an early 90’s 964 chassis, Singer reimagines what the perfect 911 could be. Borrowing the best bits from each vintage of 911, and completely rebuilding parts where necessary to create the ultimate driving machine.

Every Singer Porsche is unique, and there are plenty of video’s on YouTube about them. However Top Gear recently got the hands on Singer’s  ‘Dynamics and Lightweighting Study’ destined for The Goodwood Festival of Speed. A $2.5m AUD vision of the ultimate air-cooled 911 built in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering.

If you enjoyed the video, I suggest you take the time to read the full article that Jack Rix wrote for Top Gear. This car looks incredible from every angle and Mark Riccioni has done in incredible job of the photography.

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

Porsche 911 - Singer Vehichle Design - Top Gear

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