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This Singer Turbo Study was built with the need for speed

We’re not far from seeing the real thing in the flesh at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, but Singer has revealed new images of a performance-oriented example of their Turbo Study.

As soon as we laid eyes on Singers new Turbo Study we were in love, and now we have some fresh images to pour over ahead of the car’s public unveiling at Goodwood Festival of Speed next week. As with all their cars, Singer are offering a high level of customisation with their new Turbo Study, even going so far as to let their clients specify their preferred balance of luxury and sporting character their car. The owner of the stunning Turbo Racing White example you see in these renders has specified their new pride and joy with a strong focus on performance.

That means the power of the Turbo Study’s 3.8L, twin turbocharged, air-cooled flat-six has been boosted (pun intended) to 510 bhp. Other highlights of this sports-focused commission include a centre-mounted fuel filler, sports-calibrated suspension with a reduction in ride height, and carbon-ceramic brakes, no doubt ensuring that this new Turbo Study will be just as much a grand tourer as it is a track weapon. 

Visually speaking, we’re undecided on the pastel green racing stripes and mint green wheels, but it certainly ties in well with that gorgeous bespoke houndstooth ‘Grun’ cloth interior. Of course, there’s also a heavy helping of carbon fibre both inside and out, just to make sure this 510 bhp Singer Turbo Study’s sporting intentions were clear. Now that we’ve seen these images, we just can’t wait to see it in the metal, so be sure to check back for our Goodwood Festival of Speed coverage next weekend so you don’t miss it!