Today, we take a closer look at the Singer Vehicle Designs Hidden Hills Commission. This LHD car is captured here in the canyons not far from Singer’s operations. The carbon-fiber bodywork is presented in Slate Grey Metallic with nickel touring trim and raised, 24K gold decklid lettering. The interior is presented in Cinnamon, with weave inserts.
The air-cooled, naturally aspirated flat-six is paired with a 6-speed, close ratio, manual transmission. This 4.0L RWD targa is appointed in Cinnamon leather by the experts at Singer’s interiors facility in California. Lightweight carbon-fiber track seats are specified with weave inserts and brass grommets. 24k gold Singer badging is selected for the dash strip and both air-conditioning and navigation are fitted. Cinnamon leather continues along the sills and transmission tunnel and into the rear compartment, where folding rear seat backs are specified. The front luggage compartment is trimmed in quilted leather and Oatmeal square-weave carpet, with Alabaster stitching. Inside early 911 gauges are present, with tachometer tell tale selected.
At the heart of the Hidden Hills Commission sits the 4.0L, naturally-aspirated, air-cooled flat six – driving the rear wheels through a close ratio, 6-speed manual transmission. The engine features a ceramic plenum finish and 24k gold lettering is specified for the rear decklid. The car is presented in touring trim and Singer’s signature nickel finish is featured on the Targa hoop, where it is complemented by gold badging.