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Singer Vehicle Design‘s conquest of restoring and modifying vintage Porsche 911s continues with this latest variation in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering.

Consisting of a 1990 Porsche 911 964, the vehicle’s owner Scott Blattner asked Singer to reduce its weight and boost the overall performance. Scott explained, “The guys at Singer have always been receptive to the question ‘what if?’ So, the question became… what if Singer worked on restoring and modifying my beloved 27-year-old Porsche 964, with the assistance of an engineering concern born from the world of F1. How would such a car look and how would it perform?”

With the collaborative team taking on the challenge, Singer produced a revamped 911 that now weighs just 2,180 pounds while incorporating a 500-horsepower 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six engine capable of revving to over 9,000 rpm.

Additionally, the 911 received a modern aerodynamic evaluation with the incorporation of a smoother body, while the addition of a lightened suspension provides better geometry and improved adjustability over the stock setup as well.

While the specific pricing for this modified Porsche 911 hasn’t been revealed, Singer essentially works with individual clients to modify their Porsche to their liking, so the cost is never the same.

For more, watch this Porsche 911 GT2 RS break the lap record for the fastest street-legal car ever.

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