Singer Vehicle Design has done it again! If you’re not familiar with the company, they basically take old air-cooled Porsche 911s and make them irresistible – both in terms of design and performance. But this time, they’ve taken inspiration from the Porsche 959 and SC/RC rally cars to create the All-Terrain Competition Study (ACS).
There’s always a lot of attention given whenever a new Singer model is released, thanks to mouthwatering specs and incredible attention to detail – just look at the DLS. The ACS is a collaborative effort between Singer Vehicle Design and UK rally specialist Richard Tuthill. So far, two ACSs have been commissioned by one of Tuthill’s clients: a white one that focuses on high-speed desert racing; and a red one that is tuned for grip on tarmac events.
As for the specs; you get an air-cooled, twin-turbocharged 3.6-litre flat-six engine that produces 450hp and 420lb-ft of torque. It sends power through a five-speed sequential gearbox (which you can shift manually or through steering-mounted paddle shifters) and through a permanent all-wheel drive system. A front, centre, and rear limited-slip differential is also fitted. The ACS also gets; a long travel suspension with dual shocks per corner, long-range fuel tank, as well as carbon fibre body panels that can be easily replaced.
There is no word on how much the ACS costs yet, but pricing will depend on how customers specify their vehicles.