Singer has taken the Porsche 911 to new heights, and their reinterpretations command serious money and provide scintillating performance. Their latest might just be one of their most coveted because it’s their own interpretation of the Porsche 911 Safari rally car that was birthed for World Rally Championship duties back in the ’80s. This version is known as the All-terrain Competition Study (ACS), and it was designed in collaboration with 911 rally specialist Richard Tuthill. It’s a specially commissioned project for a Singer client, and it’s based on the Type 964-generation cars. 01 is made for off-road rally racing, and it’s clad in Parallax White. 02 is more track-focused and painted in bright Corsica Red. They’re powered by a 3.6-liter twin turbo flat-six engine mated to a five-speed sequential manual gearbox. Both cars have full roll cages, permanent all-wheel drive, limited-slip differentials, and custom carbon fiber bodywork. These will be the groundwork for other cars for special customers, but no pricing has been announced.