The wild Porsche 911s created by RWB have always been rather controversial as many purists hate them, while many tuning fanatics love them. When it comes to this build, though, we’re going to side with the latter.
This particular RWB 911 is a 1995 993 example and was built by Vincent Wong from Forgestar Wheels and Akira Nakai, the man behind Rauh-Welt-Begriff (RWB).
The first thing you’ll probably notice about this 911 is the Riviera Blue paint scheme that was done by LT Motorwerks in California. With the car finished in this stunning color, the modifications to the exterior commenced with the fitment of RWB’s 17-piece wide bodykit which includes flared front and rear wheel arches as well as a towering rear wing. A set of matte black M14 wheels measuring 18×11 inches at the front and a massive 18×13.5 inches at the rear give the sports car an extremely menacing stance.
While many are only familiar with the exterior modifications which RWB 911s have, most also undergo mechanical and interior alterations. In the case of this Porsche, the car has been installed with a custom exhaust with carbon fiber tips and Rennline billet engine covers finished in red, as well as KW V3 coilovers and Stoptech ST40 calipers at the front and rear with 355×32 and 332×32 cross drilled rotors front and rear.
As for the interior, there’s a Momo steering wheel, \ custom roll cage, Rennline floor boards and pedals, new seats and a custom shifter.