Singer has revealed another classic Porsche 911 restomod called Porsche 911 Turbo Study—which is gonna be based on the 964-generation 911. At the time of publishing this story, Singer said that more than 70 owners have placed their bespoke orders for the same.
Although based on the Porsche 964 as mentioned, the 911 Turbo Study borrows some of the styling cues from 964’s predecessor—the 930, such as the whale tail rear spoiler and that shark fin air inlet—just in front of the rear wheel arch. The bodywork is gonna be of carbon fibre and then painted in Wolf Blue. The Fuchs-style wheels hide carbon ceramic brakes behind them. The owners can also opt for a touring-focused suspension setup.
The cockpit features a Malibu Sand theme (kinda pale beige) complemented with Black Forest wood accents, but I’m assuming the owners can go bespoke on that and choose whatever color or theme they wish. Features include electrically adjustable heated seats and air conditioning. I’m also noticing power window switches on the driver door.
But anyway, the Porsche 911 Turbo Study is gonna pack a 3.8-litre flat-six twin-turbo petrol engine with over 331 kW (450 metric hp), but Singer says that the power can be “tailored to each owner’s specification”. A 6-speed manual transmission drives the rear wheels.
Singer didn’t disclose the pricing but just said that it’ll depend on each owner’s specifications. Well, fair enough.
We’ve more than doubled sales of our services between 2020 and 2021. Our new, much larger, consolidated facility in Torrance, California enables us to expand the team, respond to demand and welcome owners in comfort. Meanwhile, in the UK, our team is carefully executing each of the restorations enabled by the Dynamics and Lightweighting Study. The response to the Turbo Study from owners has been incredible and we look forward to working with each of them as their restorations progress. – Mazen Fawaz, CEO, Singer Group