This RWB Porsche 911 looks very … wideJanuary 24, 2020
The guys from the RWB studio presented their version of the German sports coupe Porsche 911 Carrera 2. The car received a rather “modest” aerodynamic body kit by the standards of the company.
Tuning studio Rauh-Welt Begriff (RWB for short) can be said to be obsessed with modernizing production models of the German company Porsche. The founder of this company, Akira Nakai, just loves to be equipped with an automaker’s model with extra-wide wings, “deep” rims and an extremely low suspension. Often, we are not talking about upgrading the power plant and any increase in power.
RWB often gives unique names for its projects – this car will receive the designation Race.
By the standards of the company, the appearance of this 911 Carrera 2 generation 993, can be called quite “modest.” The vehicle received far from the largest wings and an aggressive stance; there is also no massive rear wing – instead of the latter, a small spoiler is installed. Satin black paint covers the body.
In the interior of the modified 911, a pair of Recaro leather chairs with a huge pillow are installed. In place of the rear seats is the roll cage. Of the features of the cabin, it is worth noting the red dial of the proprietary RWB tachometer and a drilled gear knob.
Under the hood is a modernized 3.6-liter inline six-cylinder engine that develops power of about 300 horsepower, rather than 272 hp. like before. Tests of this car on the German autobahn show that it takes only 5 seconds to accelerate to 100 km / h, and the maximum speed is limited to the mark of 240 km / h.
The car from this video is currently selling for 139,950 euros which is more than double the price of a regular Carrera 2 from Porsche. The odometer is only 105.279 km.
Not so long ago, we wrote that BMW did not exclude the appearance of a rival Porsche 911. Adrian von Hoydonk, head of BMW Design, supports the idea of creating a rival Porsche 911 under the Bavarian brand.
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