Singer Vehicle Design from California returns with another of their bespoke creations, this time with the iconic Porsche 911 Targa as inspiration. The car started life as a 1991 Porsche 911, meaning the 964 generation, but being one of Singer’s “reinvented” vehicles, it is unlikely that stock will be available. For example, the entire body, apart from the doors, is made of carbon fiber, which helps reduce the car’s weight to just 2,700 pounds.
A peak peak of 390 horsepower and 315 pound-feet of torque comes from a 4.0-flat flat 6 out back, which is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission and drives only the rear wheels. That’s the maximum amount of power available in a Singer, as the company believes is the best option for the chassis. However, Singer worked with Williams to develop a more powerful engine for his Dynamics and Lightweight Studio. Speed ??stacks in the fuel-injected engine give you a “throatier” sound closer to a carburetted engine, and dual exhaust tips with a black ceramic lining outlet from the center of the rear fascia.