California Porsche tuner Singer Vehicle Design in February revealed the new car Turbo Research inspired by the Porsche 930, i.e. the original 911 Turbo built between 1975 and 1989.
Now, Singer has revealed one of the first customer examples, a vehicle the company describes as sporting extra features.
Like other Singer builds, the Turbo Study is based on the 964-generation 911 built between 1989 and 1994, but with dated styling (notice the wide body and whale-tailed rear spoiler?) And many mechanical upgrades.
The engine is a twin-turbo 6.8-liter, air-cooled but also has an air-water cooler. In keeping with the car’s sporty focus, power has been increased to 510 hp from 450 hp in the standard Turbo Study.
Singer Turbo Study with an additional focus on sports
Other specials requested by customers include a centrally located fuel loader, lowered suspension, carbon ceramic brake rotors and carbon fiber bucket seats. A rear cross brace has also been added. Like all Turbo Study models, the bodywork is made of carbon fiber.
Color combinations here include Turbo Racing white for the exterior, accented with green stripes, along with an interior lined with a custom houndstooth motif also accented in green.
Turbo Study is Singer’s fourth model after the original version 911 tuned by singer (now called Classical Studies), Study of the dynamics and weight of light (DLS), which combines Formula 1 knowledge from Williams Advanced Engineering, and Competitive all-terrain research (ACS) off-road vehicle.
The singer will showcase the car at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK from June 23-26. For more information on the event, visit Our dedicated center.