Earlier this year, Singer Vehicle Design announced a partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering that resulted in the creation of a monstrous 500-horsepower naturally-aspirated flat-six engine that was to be put into all of the firm’s upcoming vehicles. We waited with bated breath to see the first car to feature the power plant and now it’s finally been revealed. And we are not at all disappointed.
Based on a 1990 Porsche 964, this gorgeous green car is an absurdly beautiful example of automotive perfection – part of a series the brand is now calling DLS (for Dynamics and Lightweight Study). This series, of which no more than 75 will be made, features parts and consultations from the likes of Michelin, Brembo, BBS Motorsport, and Porsche legends Norbert Singer and Hans Mezger. The build also features liberal usage of magnesium, titanium, carbon fiber, and other enhanced materials to bring the total weight down to just 2,180 lbs – further enhancing the car’s performance. And the whole bespoke beauty is finished off with an Absinthe exterior paint job with Blood Orange accents and interior. Bravo yet again, Singer.
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