Anyone who says that new cars are less driver focused have obviously been looking at the wrong new cars. Sure, reimagining and restoring previously-loved Porsche 911s doesn’t technically make them new—but truthfully, if you’re obsessed with that word we’re not going to get along.
The 2022 Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer – Turbo Study is so new they’ll send you a bill for it with today’s date on the top. Keep in mind that no two Porsche 911s reimagined by Singer are alike, and the news released today is more an announcement of what Singer is now capable of in 2022.
It’s a Singer—meaning—it’s impressive.
What you see here is a customer car in Wolf Blue, featuring a collection of the most timeless driver-focused features:
- carbon fibre bodywork
- 3.8L twin turbocharged, intercooled, air-cooled flat-six
- more than 450 horsepower (power is tailored for each owner)
- 6-speed manual transmission
- rear wheel drive (all-wheel-drive optional)
- touring-focused suspension
- carbon-ceramic braking system with ABS
- Malibu Sand interior with Black Forest wood accents
- electrically adjustable, heated seats
- traction control
“My first ever ride in a Porsche 911 as an 11-year-old in 1976 left me dry-mouthed and speechless – it was a black 930 Turbo with red tartan seats.
“Forty-five years on from that life-changing moment I’m excited to present the results of our study that aims to capture the awesome thrill of Porsche’s first ‘supercar’ while reimagining its performance and refinement and collaborating with owners to take both to new heights.
“I believe it’s a fitting tribute to a car that changed my life and many others.”
– Rob Dickinson, Founder and Executive Chairman, Singer Group Inc.
As you’d expect from the Singer team, note the car’s thorough reworking of each detail. The new, hidden side-mounted intake where an older cars’ stone guards would be.
Want to see the Turbo Study in person? Ensure you’re at the Goodwood Festival of Speed from 23-26 June…or at the Monterey Car Week in August 2022.