Today, we take a closer look at the Singer Vehicle Designs Gsteig Commission. The carbon-fibre bodywork is presented in Black Blue (light pearl) with light, ghosted stripes and lettering, body-color bumperettes and brass deck-lid badging.
The Gsteig Commission has a 4.0L air-cooled flat-six is specified with a ceramic plenum finish and is paired with a six-speed, manual transmission. Shift quality is carefully optimized for weight and feel by Singer’s dynamic development team to allow a perfect interface between driver and engine. Wheels are specified with closed lug-nuts. Brake calipers are finished in Black Blue to match the car’s exterior, with contrasting white lettering. Inside, early 911 gauges have been selected, in black with green markings. Air-conditioning and navigation are specified, together with an upgraded subwoofer for the car’s audio system.
This 4.0L RWD coupe is appointed in black leather by the experts at Singer’s interiors facility in California. 4-way adjustable touring seats are specified with suede-mix inserts and brass grommets. The seat backs are colour-matched to the car’s exterior paint, in Black Blue. Brass Singer badging is selected for the dash, while the dash strip itself is again colour-matched to the car’s exterior. Black leather continues back along the transmission tunnel and through into the rear compartment.