This is the Kent commission, the latest custom project from Singer Vehicle Design and it shows that no matter how many cars Singer builds, we’ll never get sick of looking at them.
The exterior of Singer’s Kent commission is painted in Graphite Gray that has been beautifully contrasted with light ghosted side stripes and Blood Red lettering running along the sides and across the rear. Like other Singer models, it features lightweight carbon fiber bodywork.
Elsewhere, the owner of the car elected to have it fitted with external fuel and oil fillers while the wheels were specified with closed lug nuts and wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. Hiding behind the Fuchs-style wheels are carbon ceramic brakes with Blood Red calipers complete with white lettering.
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Singer’s incredible touches and finishes continue into the cabin of the Porsche 911. They include seats with a stunning houndstooth design and wrapped in Monarch Red leather. This leather is also found on the door panels and across the dashboard. Early 911 gauges were also selected and catch the eye thanks to the green markings on a black background.
The powertrain rounds off the project. Like other Singer 911 models, it features a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated air-cooled flat-six that is coupled to a six-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels and specified with a ceramic plenum finish. The engine bay even features diamond-quilted leather in Blood Red to perfectly match the interior of the car.