Latest RWB Porsche 911 Shakes Its Hips For The First Time In Florida

The incredible Porsche 911s created by RAUH-Welt Begriff (RWB) continue to amaze and are increasing in popularity to the day.

The man behind the company, Akira Nakai-san, continues to create all of the bespoke bodykits by hand and has brought to life dozens of incredible 930-generation 911s. For his latest project, he teamed up with filmmakers Chris and Anthony to create an epic 22-minute documentary tracing the creation of the model.

This particular came to life at the shop of Titan Motorsports and the video below perfectly highlights Nakai-san’s amazing eye for detail and his love for creating these wild creations.

As with RWB’s very best, the 930 in question has received a set of massively flared front and rear wheel arches, a custom front bumper combined with a huge lip, special side skirts, a revised rear fascia and of course, the brand’s infamous rear wing that soars into the clouds.


  • Six_Tymes

    I wish Nakai-san would quit smoking, we need Good creative people around like him for as long as possible, He is the man. Someone do him a favor and get him to at least switch to ecigs.

    • b_digital

      thinking the same exact thing.

  • Tyrus R.

    Nakai’s creativity is not in dispute here, but his cars are like a Pop song that’s been played to death so as to have lost its novelty. Wild colors. Same bodywork. Repeat, rinse. As an alternative, consider Bisimoto’s Porsche 911 and it’s engineering as opposed to an unevolving “flash” factor. EXTRA: If inclined, google, “An Afternoon With A Legend: The Jagermeister K3 By Sean Klingelhoefer”

    • Six_Tymes

      shouldn’t even been compared. and the over used platitudes doesn’t do anything for your attempt at taking away from Nakai-san, just makes you look silly.

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