The singer took to her social media feed to catch a glimpse of her latest creation. Named the Big Tune, it is as elegant and refined as expected from the famous Porsche tuners.
Finishing in Horizon Blue with Singer Racing Orange Stripe, the combination serves as a compliment to Gulf Oil, the sponsor of that great Porsche. The sponsor’s Liver was seen in legendary race cars throughout the 60’s and 70’s and is probably the most memorable on the Porsche 917k. That Baby Blue, meanwhile, continues inside the car along the transmission tunnel and side seals.
Speaking of interiors, Singer revealed that the buyer has opted for a four-way adjustable electric sports seat. These are cognac-colored woven leather upholstery with a brass grommet and piano black seatback.
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That leather finish is spread over the back seat and luggage compartment, which is an additional benefit from alabaster stitching. The dashboard, too, continues the theme of woven leather, like door cards.
Underneath the hood, this model is fitted with Singer’s 4.0-liter engine. This is a modified version of the 3.8-liter Cosworth engine that Singer also offers. Developed by Ed Pink Racing, Singer called it “the ultimate incarnation of the generally ambitious Flat-Six.”
Altogether, it produces 390 hp (291 kW / 395 PS) and 315 lb-ft (427 Nm) of torque, all funneled to the rear wheels, which appears to be a 5-speed manual transmission supplied by Getrag. Done. Together, they are able to get Singer’s reconstructed 911s up to 60 mph (96 km / h) in just 3.3 seconds and 100 mph (161 km / h) in 8.2 seconds.