Theon Design produces a custom-built 911 worthy of Singer
UK-based car tuner and restorer Theon Design has finished working on a one-off Porsche 911 for a client from Hong Kong. The overall level of execution makes you wonder whether the renowned Singer Vehicle Design just landed with a serious rival.
The company routinely uses carbon fiber for its body works, but this particular 911 was specified with classical stainless-steel panels finished in dark green. Aside from a major bodywork refresh, the car boasts 911 S/T wheel arches, a hood taken from an earlier 911 generation, and adjustable side mirrors inspired by the 911 Speedster prototype from three years ago.
Interior content is no less impressive. There is soft green semi-aniline leather covering most surfaces with contrast-rich yellow details, and the dashboard boasts carbon fiber accents. Special weave and stitching patterns help create a wonderful stylistic unity throughout the cabin.
Powering the restomod is a 3.8-liter flat-six engine good for 376 PS (371 hp / 277 kW) and 407 Nm (300 lb-ft) of torque. A six-speed manual transmission drives the rear wheels.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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