The Singer 911 is just plain cool. The brand new company got started off on the right foot with this awesome take on a multigenerational 911. Evoking the spirit of the 60s original, the Singer 911 taps the best of each decade of Porsche engineering (the “race-bred chic” of the 70s, the bulletproof reliability of the 80s, and the “power and sophistication” of the 90s) and comes out a winner. The unique and very retro “Racing Orange” paint job looks terrific and is complimented by only slightly updated throwbacks like powercoated versions of Porsche’s trademark Fuchs wheels and OEM-like Hella bi-xenons up front. Under the paint, carbon fiber reigns supreme, replacing the steel body panels that wrapped the original; in fact, according to the engineers at Singer, their 911 weighs in at just 2,400 pounds. The interior is pure race car and is thankfully devoid of alcantara. With sexy Recaro seats, a Porsche racing three-spoke steering wheel, and VDO/Tag Heuer gauges highlighted by a color-matched Singer tachometer, the interior should obviously prove to any observer that this 911 is a driver’s car before all else. Speaking of driving, the Singer will hang with any GT3, thanks to its uniquely tuned 3.82 liter boxer-six, it is the proud owner of 425bhp, which enables the retro rocket to hit 60mph in a scant 3.9 seconds.
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