Singer Vehicle Design, as you may know, unveiled their first-ever Targa 911 at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. That gave famed designer Jon Sibal an idea to apply the signature Singer design on different 911 body styles. This gorgeous Singer 911 Speedster is an outcome of that effort.
Needless to say, what Sibal is proposing here is hugely appealing. He’s taken a Singer 911, praised by everyone in the auto world for its beauty and exquisiteness, and sort of made it naughtier, so to speak. Gone is the roof and the pillars. The windscreen is chopped a bit, and there is a signature Speedster hump at the back.
The rest of Singer 911 Speedster is the same old familiar design that we all know and love. It’s a more refined version of the 964 generation 911 with completely custom body panels, bumpers, lights and fenders. Powertrain and interior would be, as always, bespoke to the customer.
We have a sneaking suspicion that Singer 911 Speedster already exists in the minds of the guys at Singer. It’s just that they like to take their sweet time over each project. It took them a long time to get around building the Targa. So the Speedster is coming, just not any time soon.
Rendering by Jon Sibal