gorgeous re-imagined 911.
Just as Singer delivers its third 'ultimate classic 911' to a no-doubt-ecstatic customer, Rob Dickinson's company has announced both an engine deal with Cosworth and an agreement with composite experts Aria Group to prepare, paint and deliver carbon fibre bodies for Singer 911s.
Customers for the cars, which range in price between $190k and $300k (£120k-£188k), will be able to choose from Touring, Sport or Cup spec engines, with 3.6 litres and 300hp, 3.9 litres and 380hp, or 3.9-4.0 litres and 'more than' 425hp respectively. All of these will have been calibrated and specced by Cosworth and San Diego-based engine designer Jae Lee of Mirage international.
So, Cosworth engine know-how and military/motorsport standards applied to the build of the bodies. It's almost enough to justify that beefy price tag...