The Big Sur package has no major changes to the exterior, with an emphasis on the color scheme. The car is finished in Horizon Blue with Racing Orange stripes. The car rides on BBS custom forged magnesium wheels, with a unique central locking design. They are wrapped in Michelin performance tires, while the brake pads are finished in the same Racing Orange finish as the contrasting stripes. This means that, as with all Singer vehicles, the attention to detail in the Big Spur package is astounding.
Inside, the owner opted for sports seats with 4-way electrically adjustable upholstery in Cognac leather. A very sporty touch is given by copper grommets and piano black backrests. To match the exterior paint, the door sills and transmission tunnel are painted in Horizon Blue. The same Cognac leather can be found in the luggage compartment, but it was given a very elegant look thanks to the alabaster stitching. The lower surface in the rear compartment is also upholstered in Cognac leather.
Under the hood, the Big Sur offers serious upgrades over the 930 Porsche 911. The 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine was replaced by a 4.0-liter, naturally aspirated, air-cooled six-cylinder engine. Singer didn’t say anything about how much power the engine makes, but a quick look at the tuner’s official website reveals that the 4.0-liter engine makes a total of 390 horsepower and 315 pound-feet of torque. The engine is mated to a Getrag five-speed manual gearbox and the car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds.
While no other details about the Big Sur package are offered, it clearly reminds us of the iconic Gulf Oil livery. There are no official prices on this particular 911 either, but we don’t expect it to be cheap. Considering that all other Singer vehicles start at at least $500k, we expect nothing less for the Big Sur package.