Journal: Singer Vehicle Design’s New 4.0L Flat Six Engine Is A Work Of Art

Singer Vehicle Design’s New 4.0L Flat Six Engine Is A Work Of Art

By Michael Banovsky
August 25, 2016

When we interviewed Rob Dickinson, the main man behind Singer Vehicle Design, it was clear that his obsession of and appreciation for the Porsche 911 was boundless. At the Monterey Car Week, Singer took the next step in 911-based performance: a very special 4.0-litre flat-6 engine.

Assembled by Ed Pink Racing Engine, it boasts 390 horsepower at 7,200 rpm and rocks custom Mahle pistons and cylinders; a bespoke long-stroke crankshaft; cylinder heads by Extreme; and unique Carrillo rods.

But, of course, the gold anodized velocity stacks are both completely over-the-top and so beautiful to behold. Drew Philips trained his lens on one of Singer’s new engines on display during Monterey Car Week.

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Ulrik Kristoffersen
Ulrik Kristoffersen

Beautiful engine, but you might want to change camshaft to crankshaft 😉


Makes buying lottery tickets seem like a rational activity.


Ugh, I usually don’t envy wealthy people….I make an exception with regards to Singers.