Los Angeles-based Singer Vehicle Design recreates the classic Porsche 911 with modern materials and technology.
This is the 2011 Singer 911 by Singer Vehicle Design.
Looks a little older than that, doesn't it? Well, that's because Singer has set out to re-create/restore classic 911s, based on pre-1994 911 models.
The pictures here of this late 70s/early 80s era 911 tell much of the story and what a nice lot those photos are.
The rest of the news is that this car is for lovers of classic vehicles who aren't purists and can do without the outdated technology and bad mileage. Singer buys up pre-1994 911s and does the work of bringing them up to speed for today.
This 'restoration' is hardly authentic, and Singer also use the words 'reimagined' and 'reborn', as the Los Angeles-based firm uses modern goodies such as carbon fiber body panels to recreate the classic 911. Under the hood are updated powertrains that top-out with a 3.8 liter with over 400 horsepower.
Also part of this 911 are Brembo brakes and a Bilstein coilover kit for the suspension.
On the inside, is more new materials done in a variation-copy on the classic 911 interior with leather seats and an RSR steering wheel.
We'll let the photos say the rest.