Singer Vehicle Design and Williams F1 have worked together to create a 911 restoration like no other.
This summer, Singer Vehicle Design and Williams released the first details on their wildly modified air-cooled Porsche flat-six, an engine set to be installed into a restored 964. Now, that reimagined 911 makes its debut in these computer renderings, and Singer and Williams have released more details on the restoration project. It looks absolutely incredible.
The team from Singer undertook a “Dynamics and Lightweighting Study” with Williams F1 engineers and this car, owned by Porsche collector Scott Blattner, will be the first fruits of that study. To reduce the weight on Blattner’s restored 964, Singer and Williams used carbon fiber, titanium, aluminum, and magnesium throughout. The result is a dry weight of just 2180 lbs, making Blattner’s restored car weigh about as much as a 1960s 911, when it’s completed.