We’ve already shown you 1984 Porsche 911 Safari Off-Road Carrera and today we want to show another example of all-terrain car tuning. Inspired by World Rally Championship cars, Los Angeles-based Singer Vehicle Design has revealed its latest creation: the All-Terrain Competition Study, or ACS for short. Built in collaboration with 911 rally specialist Richard Tuthill, the project was commissioned by a long-term Singer client, and two vehicles were produced, one – in Singer’s iconic Parallax White – focused on high-speed desert rallying and a second – in Corsica Red – configured for high-speed, high-grip tarmac events. The results are stunning.
Based on a Porsche 964, the ACS feature a ton of modifications that include carbon-fiber body panels designed for easy replacement and extra strengthening to deal with harsh terrain, forged aluminium 8×16” wheels with BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres and dramatically increased ride height and suspension travel with twin, 5-way adjustable dampers per corner.
The permanent all-wheel-drive coupe is powered by an air-cooled, air-cooled 3.6-liter twin-turbo flat-six that makes at least 450 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque (but can be tuned for higher output), mated to a five-speed sequential transmission which can be shifted manually or via paddles.
Inside, the driver and navigator are protected by an FIA-spec roll cage and held in place by FIA-certified racing seats.
At this moment there’s no pricing information available, but for sure this kind of customization does not come cheap. Also you can check our collection of the best all-terrain vehicles.