Tuners from the RWB studio refreshed the appearance of the Porsche 911 coupe from 1988August 24, 2020
The 1988 German coupe received a rainbow tuning from the RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF (RWB) studio. Traditionally, the iconic car has received wide fenders, a set of exclusive rims and modifications for the suspension.
The 1988 911 Targa shown in today’s video is not your average Porsche. This Porsche 911 was the eighth in Canada to be modified by renowned racer Akira Nakai, founder of the RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF (RWB) tuning studio. This guy mods classic Porsche 911s with hand-built fenders, massive rims and tires to give the cars a distinct look.
The RWB was created by Akira Nakai, who travels the world creating unique RWB 911s.
This special design is defined by massive hand-crafted fenders and molded fenders that extend and personalize the 911s. Akira Nakai also offers additional modifications such as unique front bumpers, suspension changes and aerodynamic additions to make each build unique. Demand for the RWB 911 has skyrocketed in recent years, as off-the-shelf examples continue to grab the attention of car tuning enthusiasts. However, Akira Nakai is just one person who builds these cars one at a time, which means the waiting list stretches for years.
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