Turbocharging Reimagined
Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer 

Porsche tuning specialist Singer Vehicle Design has unveiled its latest reimagined 911 under the Turbo Study programme banner. The programme, which was announced earlier this year, offers owners an array of restoration services that incorporate turbocharging, enabling them to turn their 911 into a personalised super-high performance vehicle.

Using the Type 964 as the basis, the reimagined 911 shown here was built with a sports focus in mind. The owner’s direction for restoration is clear when checking out the car’s exterior — Turbo Racing White paint work with mint green dual vertical stripes, a carbon fibre bodywork and extra aero elements such as front splitter, shark-fin intake, and whale tail spoiler. There’s also an external, centre-mounted fuel filler on the bonnet.

The 3.8L air-cooled flat-six is now twin turbocharged and fitted with air-to-water intercooling. At a bare minimum, The Turbo Study programme boosts engine output to a minimum of 450 hp, but this engine has been pushed further, sending 510 hp through a 6-speed manual transmission.

Green is also used for the interior upholstery, as seen on the bespoke houndstooth ‘Grun’ cloth. The seats are made of lightweight carbon fibre, while more exposed carbon can been found on the instrumental panel.

Singer earlier stated that over 70 owners have signed up for the Turbo Study modification programme, and we look forward to seeing more stunning reimagined 911s as this exciting endeavour progresses.

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