If you thought a classic Porsche 911 can’t be improved further, you probably haven’t seen a model completed by Singer Vehicle Design. The company specializes in customizing Porsche 911 Coupe or Targa models made in 1989-1994, offering its clients a wide range of options to make their car one of a kind. But even among a multitude of refined cars customized by the company, this “Monaco” Porsche 911 stands out with its elegant and minimalist appearance. Lacking any logo and graphics apart from the small badge at the front and lettering at the back, Monaco lets the classic lines of the body shine through. The black exterior is complemented by the colors found inside the car. Burgundy leather and a basket-weave pattern featuring white, gray and muted wine colors adorn the interior and Recaro seats, while at the front, the iconic MOMO Prototipo steering wheel used in racing cars in the 60s and 70s boasts a darker tone. This custom car also features a Becker audio system, gorgeous gauges, and an engine compartment with a diamond quilted waterproof sound-pad in lighter burgundy that reduces the noise in the interior. With Monaco Porsche 911, the charm of the beloved icon is accentuated via a customization process that pays homage to the original yet refines its beauty through a minimalist design. Photo credits: Singer Vehicle Design.