Porsche restorers at Singer Vehicle Design has partnered with racing firm Williams Advanced Engineering to elevate a classic white 1990 Porsche 911with powerful enhancements, and created as a result of the company’s “Dynamics and Lightweighting Study.”
The bespoke vehicle is also aerodynamically optimized, with a small air channel at the rear window designed to work with the ducktail spoiler and diffuser. The engine boasts two ram-air intakes integrated into the rear quarter windows, while a vent in the spoiler helps disperse air. Additionally, the engine is an air-cooled 4-liter flat six, that revs up to over 9,000 rpm and produces 500 bhp.
Furthermore, the suspension was optimized by Williams, boasting a bespoke six-speed manual transmission, and the interior has also been revamped with a black and yellow theme, highlighted by more carbon fiber for weight reduction, along with balsa wood inserts, gold accents, a raised gear lever and more.
This restored Porsche 911 reportedly costs north of $1.8 million USD.