Kickin’ it with one hell of a collaboration.
Nakai-San, the Rauh-Welt Begriff legend himself spent some time in Hong Kong’s Hoplite Industrial Center creating his latest work of automotive art – the RWB HK #2 Porsche 993 dressed in Martini Racing livery with limited edition Brixton Forged wheels. The collaboration between Nakai-San, ReinART Design, and Brixton Forged has resulted in quite the show stopper patrolling the streets of Hong Kong.
The new RWB HK #2 Porsche 993 features the full Rauh-Welt Begriff widebody kit. From the flared front and rear fenders to the front lip, side flics, and massive rear wing, the air-cooled classic makes its presence felt, especially with the classic livery from Martini Racing.
The wide, low stance of the RWB 993 Porsche 911 meant that there needed to be a fat set of wheels that could match. So, Brixton Forged stepped up to the plate with the help of ReinART Design with a set of their limited-edition VL20 wheels. The new VL20 Circuit Series limited edition wheels are some of the first to be used in the new Brixton Forged Classic line and perfectly complement the old-school widebody design.
The new Brixton Forged VL20 Circuit Series wheels wear a vibrant Trofeo Blue color with gloss clear finish and exposed hardware that matches the new Martini Racing livery. The three-piece forged wheels also feature lightweight backpad pockets that help keep weight to a minimum for the sake of performance. Up front, the new VL20 wheels sit in a 10.5 x 18 setup while the rear pair comes in with a wide 13.0 x 18 size with deep lip.
This RWB Hong Kong #2 993 Porsche 911 will be rolling through the city streets and stealing stares thanks to its Martini Racing livery and new set of Brixton Forged Classic Series VL20 wheels.
Vehicle: RWB Hong Kong #2 993 Porsche 911
Wheels: Brixton Forged Classic VL20 limited edition forged three-piece
Wheel Finish: Trofeo Blue with gloss clear finish and exposed hardware
Front Wheels: 10.5 x 18
Rear Wheels: 13.0 x 18
RWB 993 Porsche with Brixton Forged VL20 Wheels Gallery
Source: Brixton Forged
Photography: Linus Lam