Singer Vehicle Design has revealed official details of its collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering…
Singer Vehicle Design’s latest project, built in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering, has broken cover. Commissioned by Porsche enthusiast, Scott Blattner, the car is based on a 1990 964 and designed to be the ultimate 911 on both road and track. The result of a two year study and development effort by Singer Vehicle Design and Williams – part of the Williams Grand Prix Engineering Group – it has been built in collaboration with the likes of Michelin, Brembo, and BBS in order to achieve the project’s main goals: adding lightness and increased performance to an air-cooled 911 in ways never seen before.
Resulting from the study has come what Singer Vehicle Design is calling DLS (Dynamics and Lightweighting Study), Porsche legends Norbert Singer and Hans Mezger were consultants on the project, imparting their experience in aerodynamics and engine development. Racing driver Marino Franchitti and former GT Porsche turned Top Gear host, Chris Harris, also played a part.
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