A North American Debut at Pebble Beach

A North American Debut at Pebble Beach

Here's some exciting news, as Car Week is upon us.  We've previewed many of the events of Car Week and even have a full schedule of events here.  Every year, Car Week brings unveilings of the latest in exotic car engineering and super car style.  

Earlier this year, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, boutique restoration house, Singer Vehicle Design, unveiled two of their Porsche 911s reimagined that reflected a partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering.  Each demonstrated the results of a three-year Dynamics and Lightweighting Study (DLS) in partnership with Williams.  

Car Week is going full mega mode this year at the North American premiere on the grounds of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.  From the Singer Vehicle Design press release:

A public showing on the globally renowned concept lawn
of Pebble Beach Concours, Sunday August 26th . DLS is a client-inspired collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering -- part of the Williams Grand Prix Engineering Group -- and a formation of technical partners, in pursuit of the most advanced air-cooled Porsche 911 in the world...

...As announced in November 2017, the project began when Singer client and Porsche enthusiast Scott Blattner, requested lightweighting and high-performance enhancements for his 1990 Porsche 964. To meet the goals defined in collaboration with Scott, Singer engaged Williams and
globally-renowned technical partners to engineer a selection of restoration and modification services strongly oriented toward lightweighting and dynamic gains.

“The Dynamics and Lightweighting Study has been years in the making. To see the results, representing the ongoing pursuit of our client’s vision for their ultimate air-cooled 911, is so exciting. We’ve worked relentlessly to present a machine that visually celebrates the past while acknowledging the future – both inside and out. It’s incredibly exciting to play a role at historic Pebble Beach – as a small company, we’re thrilled to share our innovation on the concept lawn
amongst world debuts and one-off prototypes.”--
Rob Dickinson, Founder and Creative Director

All photos courtesy of Singer Vehicle Design.  1989 Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer Vehicle Design using results of Dynamics and Lightweighting Study [DLS] undertaken with Williams Advanced Engineering and other technical partners. Parallax White full carbon bodywork with Norfolk Yellow interior.

About Singer Vehicle Design
Singer Vehicle Design (Singer) restores and reimagines 1989 to 1994 Porsche 911s for its clients. Singer does not manufacture or sell automobiles. Singer is not sponsored, associated, approved, endorsed nor, in any way, affiliated with Porsche Cars North America, Inc., or Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche, AG. The Porsche® name and crest and
911® are trademarks of Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche AG, and any other products mentioned are the trademarks of their respective holders. Any mention of trademarked names or other marks is for
purpose of reference only. The product of Singer’s painstaking effort is a Porsche 911 restored and reimagined by Singer.  Out of respect for Porsche, and to respect Porsche’s trademark rights, this incredible machine should never under any circumstances be referred to or described as a “Singer,” “Singer 911,”

About Williams Advanced Engineering
Williams Advanced Engineering is the division of the Williams Group that harnesses Formula One derived technology and know-how to deliver highly innovative products and services to the
motorsport, automotive, defence and healthcare sectors. Working in close collaboration with its customers, Williams Advanced Engineering helps meet the sustainability challenges of the 21st
century and improve performance, with its expertise in aerodynamics and thermodynamics, electrification, advanced lightweight materials and vehicle integration.

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