The Porsche 911 first debuted in 1963 and has endured as one of the flyest cars of all time. From and aesthetic point of view, I much prefer the classics to the late model 911s, but the performance and technology specs of a modern 911 Turbo S are in a whole different galaxy.
Enter the Singer Porsche 911. This car gives you the best out of both worlds – classic design and modern performance. Built upon an early '90s-era 911, the new Singer has a carbon fiber body reminiscent of a Porsche from the '70s or '80s, while boasting three modern engines, ranging from 3.6 L to 3.9L with power up to 425 hp. Throw on some 60's inspired aluminum 17-inch wheels, a bespoke interior to match the retro exterior, and a classic Carrera RS steering wheel from 1973 and you've got what may be my favorite car out there.