2011 PORSCHE SINGER 911
This vehicle is reminiscent of the pre-1994 Porsche 911 coupes. The newly born Singer 911 retains the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of its donating ‘parent’ 911 and is
legally registered, operated and licensed in the same manner. This is classic cars model 2011.
This process as a modest contribution to the recycling culture. Starting from the monocoque (unibody) is cleaned and media blasted to bare metal and then treated for rust prevention. All bodywork to be replaced is stripped from the car and the chassis receives additional welding and strengthening in preparation for its new bodywork.
At the windscreen wipers are relocated to the central position found in the later 993 series cars where their efficiency is vastly increased. The unique Singer 911 carbon fiber bodywork is constructed from premium ‘pre preg’ carbon fiber and is correctly vacuum bagged and baked to a temperature of over 250 degrees. These are true carbon fiber parts benefiting from the attributes of extreme strength and light weight.
Styling of the front spoiler is constructed from a flexible urethane with a black textured finish. The lower rockers and lower rear valances are constructed from a high temperature resistant urethane with a black textured finish.
The areas of the car that are replaced with carbon fiber parts are as follows:
- Front fenders
- Front bumper
- Front hood (bonnet)
- Rear fenders
- Rear bumper
- Rear engine deck lid/speed sensitive active rear spoiler
- Roof (a carbon roof is not fitted if a sunroof is specified)
The engine also gets upgrade based on 3.6L air cooled units fitted to the 911 from 1990 and then meticulously blue printed. There is a choice of three engines, all with specific characters and capacities from 3.6 L to 3.9L.
2011 Porsche Singer 911 also offer engine options, including:
Result that these are the most advanced, powerful, efficient and reliable air cooled engines that are currently possible to build.
2012 DAIHATSU CHARADE
Japanese firm will introduce one more model to its range, the new Charade. The “new” Charade is in fact a Daihatsu-badged version of the outgoing Toyota Yaris, the successor of which, has already been introduced in Japan and will be showcased through a hybrid study in Geneva.
The Daihatsu Charade will be available exclusively with a 1.33-liter gasoline engine delivering 99 ponies, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, with the option of an automatic gearbox. Daihatsu’s rebadged Yaris will be offered with two equipment levels and the starting price is expected to be below that of its Toyota twin.