Singer Vehicle Design has just unveiled its two latest creations, dubbed the Suisse Commission and the Berlin Commission respectively.
Starting with the Suisse Commission, it is the most subtle of the two 911 models and is finished in a shade dubbed Miura Blue completed with ghosted stripes and lettering. Like all 911 models that are reimagined by Singer, the bodywork is drop-dead gorgeous, in particular the flared wheel arches and the pronounced ducktail spoiler.
In designing their dream 911, the owner of the car had it commissioned with 8-way electrical adjustable sports seats trimmed in black leather with woven centers and nickel grommets. The cabin also sports beautiful carpet and a subwoofer is mounted below the rear left seat. There is also an ebony and walnut shift knob.
Powering the Singer Suisse Commission is a 4.0-liter naturally-aspirated air-cooled flat-six coupled to a six-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels.
The reimagined 911 Berlin Commission is even more eye-catching. It has been painted in a dark color dubbed Berlin Red and has raised nickel lettering. It has gorgeous two-tone wheels with closed lugnuts and sitting over black brake calipers with white lettering. It is also rolling on a set of Michelin Pilot Sport tires.
For as gorgeous as the exterior of the car is, the interior is even more remarkable. It has four-way adjustable sports seats with leather-wrapped seat backs, leatherwave seat centers, and nickel grommets. Black leather also adorns the sills, transmission tunnel, and rear compartment.
Like the Suisse Commission, the Berlin Commission also rocks a 4.0-liter naturally-aspirated, air-cooled flat-six mated to a six-speed manual ‘box and rear-wheel drive.
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