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Singer’s latest restomod 911 has the wildest interior you’ve ever seen

The latest in the long line of Porsche 911s to be ‘reimagined’ by Singer is arguably the boldest yet, boasting a deep orange exterior and, most notably, a sumptuous navy blue leather interior, accented with a funky tartan pattern throughout…

Loud ‘n’ Proud

Nicknamed after the location in which it will end up, ‘Luxemburg’ originated as a 1990 Porsche 911 Targa, and has since been fitted with a 4.0-litre flat-six that develops 390bhp and revs to a heady 7,200rpm. While the deep orange paintwork and subtle visual streamlining is as exquisite as we’ve come to expect from Singer, it’s the interior that defines this extravagant creation. Popping against the understated navy blue leather are ‘Tyler Tartan’ accents, which combine four shades of blue with two shades of orange and a cream. We must commend the car’s owner, who commissioned this wonderful car – it’s shot straight to the top of our list of favourite Singers. We’re wondering how a car can look so ‘1970s’ yet so crisp and modern at the same time? Bravo, Singer. 

Photos: Drew Phillips for Singer Vehicle Design

You can find your very own Porsche 911 restomod project listed for sale in the Classic Driver