Yesterday we brought you news of a bespoke Bentley build, set to compete in this year’s Zell Am See Ice Race. With the contest traditionally being a Porsche-centric affair, however, you’d imagine that a fair few of the marque’s offerings wouldn’t be far behind. Or re-imagine, as the case may be.
Singer’s Dynamics and Lightweighting Study is already one of the coolest cars around – feel free to insert your own ice racing/coolness-related puns here – and, while there are no fancy wraps or up-market ski-brand collaborations here, it’s new guise is even more appealing yet.
Sporting deep-dish wheels clad in surface-appropriate rubber, the DLS mule seems otherwise to have only gained an LED lightbar in preparation to take to the ice. Shown here during testing in Sweden, the car will be completing a series of demonstration drives throughout the event, giving audiences a chance to experience its 500hp, naturally-aspirated, air-cooled flat-six in one of the best ways possible. Sideways. Everywhere.
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