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Where the first 911s that Singer put its stamp on were smooth, lacked fussy wings and mimicked early 911 details, the additions made to the new car look significantly more modern.The body is made entirely from carbonfibre, as before, and includes new extra wide arches – that are reminiscent of the ones found on 934 RSR race cars – covering an increased track.

Racing driver, winner of the 12 Hours of Sebring and friend of evo, has driven the development car: ‘Everyone is working so hard to bring that Singer magic to these restorations and what I’ve seen and experienced behind the wheel has me very excited.’ The increase in engine and braking performance, and the modifications made to the chassis, has meant that drastic measures have been made to the traditional Singer-style looks.To add to the already extraordinary roster of notable people and companies involved with the DLS project, motorsport engineer Norbert Singer who worked with Porsche for 40 years, was also called in to advise on the aerodynamics.Although they don’t look all that different, they still look a bit like the Fuchs found on old 911s, the Singer’s wheels are actually centre-lock 18-inch forged magnesium items made by BBS.The aero devices aren’t resitricted to those you can see either, the new modifications include a completely flat floor to improve downforce without increasing drag.Body modifications were developed using computer fluid dynamics so each element is functional and improves car’s aerodynamic efficiency.Performance is further improved with the significant weight loss program for the entire; the use of magnesium, titanium and carbonfibre has been used to reduce its kerb weight to 990kg.

To suit the step up in performance Singer recruited the services of Williams, again, to help tweak the chassis.

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Hans Mezger, who designed engines for Porsche from the late fifties until the nineties, was also consulted during the development phase of the modifications.