Singer enters a new era when it introduces its first turbocharged Porsche 911 redesign. The Turbo Study uses the 964 generation 964 as its base taking style inspiration from the 930 Turbo. So far, more than 70 people have made reservations for the recovered samples based on research.
The Turbo Study has a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six that produces at least 450 horsepower (330 kilowatts). The Singer will match power output to owner’s specifications, like any other car, and will offer both rear- and all-wheel drive configurations with a six-speed manual transmission.
Singer emphasizes how every car it builds is tailored to its owner’s wants and needs, so things like price are a bit sketchy. The Wolf Blue Singer example presented today is just one iteration of what’s possible, with this owner opting for an RWD layout, touring-focused suspension, and carbon-ceramic brakes. They finished the interior in Malibu Sands with Black Forest wood accents. This car is even equipped with heated seats that can be adjusted electronically and air conditioning.
The Turbo Study recreates the iconic 930, replicating the whale tale and reimagining the shark fin on the rear fender as an air intake, pumping cool air into the engine bay. The car also benefits from other modern upgrades such as ABS, traction control and cruise control.
Singer will take the Turbo Study to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed on June 23-26 in the UK. It will then appear a few weeks later at Monterey Car Week in August. Turbo Studies follows Singer’s previous expansion of what it offers, which resulted in Classical Studies and Dynamics and Light Studies. The Turbo Study allows Singer to offer its customers turbocharging in a touring car package that also has several conveniences. But we wonder what next?