Singer builds its first Porsche 911 DLS restomod out of 75
Singer Vehicle Design has wrapped up working on a 1989 Porsche 964, converting the sports coupe into the ultimate restomod. Singer Board Chairman Rob Dickinson himself test-drove the car and said it was ‘a fantastic experience’.
The company will now be issuing 75 such cars in Great Britain, all powered by a purpose-built 4.0-liter, quad-valve, naturally aspirated flat-six engine co-designed with the legendary Porsche designer Hans Mezger. The air-cooled mill can rev up to 9,000 RPM and produces 500 PS (493 hp / 368 kW).
Ordering your own copy with an aerodynamically perfect carbon fiber body is a matter of having a spare $1,800,000 USD or more.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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