Singer Vehicle Design has been restoring and modifying classic Porsche 911s—964-generation models, to be exact—for more than a decade now. It has produced quite the number of astonishing setups over the years, one of which Top Gear recognized as its most desirable car of 2018.
Of course, the guys on the Singer team have continued rolling out even more head-turners since then. Just recently, though, we came across one particular project that’s caught our eye more than the others have: the ‘Warren Commission.’
It’s a beautiful Porsche 964 with a gray carbon-fiber body. But we’re not going into the details about that because we’re here to look at the car’s interior—that’s the real highlight here.
Singer has done an exceptional job designing this Oxblood leather-clad cabin—from the dash, the side panels, and the center console all the way to the exquisite seats. The same color is also present, albeit with gray contrast stitching, in the quilted leather fitted in the front luggage compartment and the engine bay. Yes, in the engine bay—try to take a closer look and you’ll notice it.
And if that wasn’t enough, Singer has also color-matched the carbon-ceramic brake calipers with this Oxblood hue. A nice touch, we’d say.
But make no mistake: The aesthetics aren’t all that this 911 boasts. It has a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six engine mated to six-speed manual transmission. For even better performance, this thing also has an all-wheel-drive setup. If you want to rip the track in style, you should definitely do it with this beast.
So, what’s your take on this Porsche 911 restomod? Yay or nay?