The partnership of Singer and Williams Engineering made it possible to build ultimate air-cooled Porsche 911.
A year after revealing such renderings, Singe is now ready to unveil the results of their Dynamics and Lightweight Study to everyone. As of now, the vehicle is displayed at Goodwood Festival of Speed and this project was actually commissioned by Scott Blattner, a Porsche enthusiast. Like every Singer restomods, it is based on 1990 Porsche 911.
Blattner was to make his Porsche 964 more powerful and much lighter, so Singer has enlisted several technical partners to achieve it. The result was special because under its hood, the original 243 horsepower, 3.6L flat-6 engine of Porsche 964 was modified by Williams extensively.
The displacement increased to 4 liters and the unit has 4-valve cylinder heads as well as dual overhead cams. The total output has also increased to 500 horsepower at 9000rpm. The extensive use of lightweight materials and magnesium reduce mass and the designer of the first flat-6 unit of Porsche, Hans Mezger, was enlisted also as a technical consultant.
The power is sent through the 6-speed gearbox with reduced length enabling the engine to be reposition forward to optimize the distribution of weight. With yellow interior and white finish, this amazing reimagined 1990 Porsche 911 would be on display at Goodwood. 1989 Porsche 911 is also part of the study of Singer and was also commissioned and will be displayed as well. Its horsepower is nearly 3,000.