Porsche Motorsport North America Will Build Engines for Singer

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Porsche Motorsport North America Will Build Engines for Singer

Singer Vehicle Design, the Southern California company that’s become a legend for its gorgeous “reimagined” air-cooled Porsche 911s, has a new engine builder—Porsche. First reported by Top Gear and confirmed to Road & Track by Singer, Porsche Motorsport North America (PMNA) will build engines for the restomod company.

 

PMNA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Porsche A.G., based at the Porsche Experience Center in Carson, California, just south of downtown Los Angeles. In addition to providing sales and service of customer racing cars, PMNA builds and rebuilds racing engines for various Porsche cars. Soon it will begin making engines for Singer, though not the four-valve unit used in the wild DLS. Per Top Gear, that will still be made in the U.K. by Williams Advanced Engineering.

 

For the full story, check out this article from Road & Track.

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