Ever wanted an off-road Porsche 911 coupe? Well then, Singer Vehicle Design is the go to custom Porsche creator. The custom Porsche workshop has given a 1990 Type 964 Porsche 911 an off-road makeover and man, it is absolutely gorgeous.
Inspired by World Rally Championship cars of the 80s, the Singer Porsche 911 All-Terrain Competition Study, as it is referred to, is designed in partnership with Richard Tuthill and conceived with off-roading competitions like the Baja 1000 and Dakar Rally in mind.
This 911 off-road beast features an entirely reworked suspension that gave it a higher ride height to take on any rough terrain you can throw at it.
Power is derived from a 3.6L air-cooled twin-turbocharged flat-six engine that produces a healthy 450 ponies, which is put to good use on all four wheels through a sequential racing transmission with front, center and rear limited-slip differentials (LSD).
Elsewhere, it boasts quick replacing carbon fiber body panels, a full FIA spec roll cage, custom completion FIA-certified seats, a rehydration system, and a set of 16-inch aluminum wheels wrapped with BFGoodrich tires.
The Singer Porsche 911 All-Terrain Competition Study does not appear to be for sale, but if you have a money and desire for something similar, you know who to call.
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