Singer always seeks to impress with its unique, one-of-a-kind Porsche builds, and because of the outfit’s proficiency when it comes to the Stuttgart-based manufacturer’s most iconic platforms, it’s become one of the most recognizable names in the industry. Now, Singer has enamored the Porsche world once again with its newest project — a beautiful, all-wheel-drive 911 dubbed the “Anglet Commission.”
The modernized classic arrives hot on the heels of Singer’s other notable projects, but that doesn’t make it any less noteworthy. Like its brethren, it features an ultra-lightweight carbon-fiber body, an air-cooled, naturally aspirated 3.8-liter flat-six engine, and a six-speed manual transmission, helping to push power to all four of the vehicle’s wheels. In an effort to enhance its visual appeal, the company has opted to finish the 911 in a beautifully-realized Aubergine Light Pearl, complementing its nickel touring trim, brass deck-lid badging, and polished nickel plenum finish. Inside, 8-way adjustable sports seats and navy blue leather upholstery define the coupe’s visual identity, while an interesting front luggage compartment, upholstered in quilted leather, provides ample storage space for the design-minded individual. Head to Singer’s Facebook for a closer look at the renovated icon.
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