Porsche single-handedly put factory turbocharging in the minds of enthusiasts across the globe with the 911 Turbo. Singer, the world’s foremost customizer of classic 911s, is now offering forced-induction builds to their customers with the 911 Turbo Study. The 911 Turbo Study is 964 with a 3.8-liter six with twin turbos and electronic boost control. The prototype makes 450 horsepower fed to a six-speed transmission, with power tuned per customer request. The bodywork is made of carbon fiber with carbon-ceramic brakes and a sport-tuned suspension. While the Turbo Study is rear-wheel-drive, all-wheel-drive may be offered as an option. The car will make its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in June 2022 and Monterey Car Week in August.