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Copenhagen Commission by Singer Vehicle Design

Singer Vehicle Design – Copenhagen Commission

Today, we take a closer look at the Singer Vehicle Designs Copenhagen Commission. This left hand drive coupe has a unique exterior and interior combination that we have not seen before on other Singer cars. It looks great so not complaints from us. This is a Classic Study car, which means it was restored in Singer’s California center of excellence. This car was shared with the public in early August 2022.

The Copenhagen commission is a 4.0 liter, rear-wheel drive coupe painted in Sherlock Green with a really cool nickel touring trim. The nickel finish was selected for the exterior bright trim to give the car that soft golden glow seen in the detail of the speed-activated rear spoiler. It gets a centrally mounted fuel filler and a side-mounted oil filler are specified for this machine. Fuchs design wheels with closed lugnuts are fitted. Sitting behind them are carbon ceramic brakes, with calipers finished in champagne gold and black lettering. A lightweight, titanium sports exhaust system is specified. At the rear of the car, nickel touring trim can be seen on the bumperettes, while decklid lettering in raised brass is selected.

The interior of this Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer is trimmed in Desert Tortoise with bespoke leather-weave seat centers. Lightweight carbon-fiber track seats are specified for this LHD, 4.0L coupe, with seat centers featuring a bespoke weave incorporating Desert Tortoise, Medici and Aspen. The seats are completed by brass grommets and seats backs finished in piano black.  Sills, transmission tunnel and rear compartment are also presented in Desert Tortoise. In the rear compartment, clip-on seat backs and a harness bar are specified. The rear-left seat base incorporates an upgraded sub-woofer. The front luggage compartment continues the same color theme with quilted leather and Alabaster stitching surrounding the central fuel filler.

At the heart of the Copenhagen commission is a 4.0L, naturally-aspirated, air-cooled flat-six. The engine is specified with a ceramic plenum finish and drives the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox. Power is transmitted to the ground with the help of Michelin Pilot Sport tires. Internally, the engine bay is completed with diamond-quilted leather in Desert Tortoise, matched to the car’s interior.

Photo Credit: Drew Phillips Photography