It’s the company’s third ‘bespoke commission’
Want a 'reimagined' Porsche 911? You don't have to go to Singer, y'know. You could give Oxfordshire's Theon Design a call instead. The company, which specializes in restoring and reimagining old 911s, was founded in 2016 by automotive designer
“Nothing can touch a track-optimized 911 for linearity and interactivity”
Steeped in Porsche's monumental motorsport genius, the 911 GT3 is traditionally the sweetest of sweet spots and equally devastating on road and track.For the first time since 1999, however, the new GT3 is arriving into unusually hostile territory. The optics
It’s called the Heritage Design Edition
A retro tribute. Or in Porsche-speak, a 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition. We can divide that into two distinct elements if you split the name between '4S' and 'Heritage,' which is worth doing as those three little words at the
With none other than the carmaker’s GT division boss
Andreas Preuninger is the boss of Porsche's GT car division, in charge of stripping weight and applying wings (and stickers) to 911s for over two decades. No one knows more about hard-core rear-engined sports cars than him. Except maybe
Time to geek out
Brrrrrnnnnggg. The bell has gone, break time is over, and it's time for your next lesson: Engineering, with Porsche's Andreas Preuninger as guest teacher.Today's topic? The new double-wishbone front suspension fitted to the Porsche 911 GT3 that
“The idea is that there’s no change in the engine necessary”
There's a new Porsche 911 GT3. And as ever, it uses a flat-six engine free of turbochargers and able to sing its way to 9,000rpm. As naturally aspirated sports cars drop like flies around it-even within the Porsche
Wilder inside and out
Petrolheads, assemble: It's a new Porsche 911 GT3. Which is basically like saying, "It's a new Bowie album" to the music nerds. This is benchmark sports car, the one by which the steering feel, chassis composure, and engine response of
It has shot up near the top of our list of favorite reimagined Porsche 911s
It's safe to say that 2021 appears to be broadly picking up where 2020 left off. But when the car world's first big reveal of the year is the Singer All-Terrain Concept Study (ACS), it appears to be doing
It’s the All-Terrain Concept Study, based on the 964-gen 911
Question: What's better than a reimagined Porsche 911 from Californian air-cooled fetishists, Singer?Answer: One of Singer's reimagined 911s that's capable of bossing the Baja 1000 or Dakar Rally, and looks like the result of a 964 having
Only 49 were ever made
Yep, you did read that headline correctly. This is a Porsche 911 that's currently up for sale with RM Sotheby's for €1,695,000 (P99.8 million). Of course, this isn't just any old 911. This is a glorious
It’ll make its debut in the brands’s various racing series next year
Welcome to the first racing version of the 992-era Porsche 911, the GT3 Cup. Built for Porsche's Mobil 1 Supercup and Carrera Cup series, it's more powerful than its predecessor to the tune of 25hp, taking it up to
It’s been in development for over two years
Good news, motorsport fans. There's a new generation of Porsche's 911 GT3 Cup car coming, and it looks like it'll get a huge version of the upcoming GT3 road car's swan-neck rear wing. Is there anything better
Check out that swan-neck rear wing on the prototype
There are rear wing structures, and then there are rear wing structures. This one's the latter, bolted onto the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3. That's the new '992-generation' 911 GT3 for model code fetishists. For the rest of us, it'
“Asking for three pedals is a hipster choice”
The current shape of 911 (fine, they're all the same shape) has been a manual-free zone since it landed last year. Porsche promised it would throw in a manual gearbox at some point, but higher demand for the eight-speed
A DeLorean in anything other than bare stainless steel just looks weird
If you're going to shell out £115,000 (P7.29 million) for a tuned BMW 3-Series, you'd like your new toy to stand out a bit. The old M3 GTS (main image) had a V8 that was bored out
Truly one of our favorite 911s
You need to get up to speed. The previous 991-generation 911 Targa rescued the model from its previously iffy aesthetic by reintroducing the integrated roll hoop in the place of a traditional B-pillar, just as the world lost its mind
Car birthdays are the best
The SLS GT3 was AMG's 45th birthday present to 'passionate performance enthusiasts and collectors.' Limited to only five units, said passionate performance enthusiasts also needed to have a healthy bit of wedge in their back pocket to get one-£360,000 (
To be built by German off-road specialist Delta4x4
Safari-spec Porsche 911s are all over the Internet these days, aren't they? Not that we're complaining, of course-all knobbly-tired 911s that pay tribute to the Paris-Dakar-winning 953 and 959 look ridiculously cool.This one is
It’ll hit 100kph in 2.8sec
This is the new Porsche 911 Turbo, and it's not as fast as 2020's mind-bendingly capable 911 Turbo S-a car we found quite compelling indeed. No, this being the baby brother to that S, means everything's been
Flattery at its finest
When the Italian resurrection of Bugatti went belly-up (we know, whoever would've seen that coming?), the company's engineers and designers thought, rightfully, that it'd be a frightful waste of chassis, engines, and expertise not yet combined to produce
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