It’s beautiful, isn’t it? In response to requests from owners, Singer Vehicle Design has presented the first Porsche 911 Cabriolet reimagined by Singer! 


According to the firm, the latest restoration services enable the results from the company’s Turbo Study to be applied to the cabriolet body style of the Type 964 models. Sporting a fully opening roof, the first open-top recreation from Singer Vehicle Design features lightweight carbon-fibre bodywork (seen here in Cadiz Red), an automatically retractable canvas roof and a “touring-focused” suspension set-up. 

The cabriolet is equipped with a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged flat-six motor, which produces from 331 kW to 380 kW. Power is exclusively directed to the rear axle via a six-speed manual transmission. Stopping power is provided by a carbon-ceramic braking system. 


Inside, Singer’s first cabriolet model features electrically adjustable sports seats. Wood accents in ‘Black Forest’ is also present. The cabin is also equipped with air conditioning and wireless smartphone charging. 

“The first Porsche, the Sport 356/1 known as ‘Number 1’, was a cabriolet, and high-performance, open-roof glamour has been part of the story ever since. I’ve long wanted to celebrate that part of Porsche heritage at Singer, and doing so as part of our recently announced Turbo Study seems a perfect place to start,” said Rob Dickinson, Founder and Executive Chairman of Singer Group Inc. 

“Our goal with the Turbo Study is to distil the awesome thrill of Porsche’s first ‘supercar’ while reimagining its performance and refinement. We’re excited that owners can now choose to enjoy these traits with the roof down.”