Singer makes some of the most gorgeous Porsche 911’s that are restored and reimagined. Despite the hefty price tag each vehicle demands, car enthusiasts all around the globe have reacted with weakened knees at the sight and sound of these retro inspired 911’s. It’s the perfect marriage between what we can archive with today’s technology and know-how with classic motoring.
Their latest is a RHD 1990 Porsche 964 that has been painstakingly restored to Singer perfection, nicknamed ‘Newcastle.’ Powered by a 4.0-liter flat six that makes close to 390 hp and 315 lb-ft of torque, the car propels to 60 in under 3.3 seconds and hits 100 in just 8.2. Finished in Singer Racing White with accents of blue, it features an all leather and suede Deep Royal Blue interior that’s accented with an orange tach. What’s even more special about this example is that it will partake in this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed with a drive up the hill with Chris Harris behind the wheel.