A modern take on an early model, Porsche restorers at Singer Vehicle Design have partnered with racing firm Williams Advanced Engineering to upgrade the classic 1990 Porsche 911. Commissioned by a Singer client, the new model has taken on powerful enhancements and created as a result of the company’s “Dynamics and Lightweighting Study.”
The brief for the 911 model, asked for something that was super fast but equally lightweight. In turn, the bodywork has been constructed with carbon fibre with Williams, balancing the wight of the 911 by moving the engine slightly forward whilst moving other components to the front trunk.
Other high-tech advancements include aerodynamic optimisation with a small air channel at the rear window designed to work with the ducktail spoiler and diffuser. The engine also provides two ram-air intakes and a vent in the spoiler that helps disperse air and an air-cooled 4-litre flat six, that revs up to over 9,000 rpm and produces 500 bhp.
Additionally the suspension boasts a six-speed manual transmission with the interior revived in a black and yellow theme. The car was seen on display at at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and is set to cost a cool $1.8 million.