The coolest cars on the market

If you are a gentleman of means, then chances are you’ll have a tendency to dabble with the finer things in life. A supercar may well be on the agenda, but rather than settle for a generic new Ferrari, you may have a yearning for something more individualistic, and perhaps, cool. That’s where these cars come in. Inspired by automobiles of the past, these machines look vintage yet they are as reliable as anything straight out of the factory, thanks to brand spanking new parts, engines and interiors. These are the coolest cars on the market.

 

PORSCHE 911 BY SINGER

singer - TGJ.01
It’s hard to improve one of the greatest cars of all time, but Singer Vehicle Design may well have done it with their take on the 911. Based on the 964-generation of cars, the Porsche 911 by Singer is virtually new from the ground up, featuring a bespoke interior, Hella xenon headlights, Recaro seats, Brembo brakes and, most importantly of all, a Cosworth-tuned air-cooled boxer engine.

The Porsche 911 by Singer costs from £216,000. For more information, click here

 

EAGLE LOW DRAG GT

eagle - TGJ.02
Photo credit to Tim Scott

Eagle have been restoring and producing top-notch E-Types since 1984 but this, the Low Drag GT is undeniably their finest effort yet. Inspired by the Jaguar E-Type Low Drag Coupe of the mid ’60s, this automotive work of art is stunning from every angle and its 4.7-litre V12 ensures its 1038kg body ensures it’s just about as quick as anything on the road.

The Eagle Low Drag Gt costs £650,000. For more information, click here

 

DAVID BROWN AUTOMOTIVE SPEEDBACK GT

david brown - TGJ.03

The Speedback GT harks back to the sixties for its inspiration. This can easily be seen in the coach-built bodywork, which is reminiscent of the Aston Martin DB5. Under the shell though the car is completely new, based on the Jaguar XK and boasting a super-charged V8.

The David Brown Automotive Speedback GT costs £594,000. For more information, click here

Further Reading