ReinART Design + RWB + Brixton Forged
Handcrafted widebody freshness.
RAUH-Welt Begriff is known globally for the widebody Porsche 911s that Akira Nakai builds by hand from scratch. Their wide, low stance with flashy styling and large spoilers are undoubtedly polarizing, but they are guaranteed to grab your attention.
The first-ever RWB Porsche 911 to grace the streets of Hong Kong has just been built and it is minty fresh. Thanks to ReinART Design, “Tiffany” the mint green 964 Porsche 911 Carrera is turning heads in Hong Kong’s busy streets.
For the wheels RWB partnered up with Brixton Forged whom build a one off variation of there existing CM16 design in 18×10.5 up front and 18×13 at the rear. The team at Brixton Forged where able to nail the offsets to where the build did not require spacers (not an easy task when the vehicle isn’t present and build). The wheels where finished in Satin Black centers and hardware with Brushed Rose Gold step lips which compliment the Mint Green very nicely!
When the project first started, the entire 911 was completely stripped bare and the flat-six engine was sent off to be rebuilt. Nakai-san then began to work his magic on the painted bare shell by cutting the old fenders and installing the new widebody. New Arigosta coilovers were then installed and work continued for over four months. The final parts of the build saw Nakai-san fitting the large rear wing, wire mesh, and RAUH-Welt Begriff decals on the mint green body.
The final touch for the “Tiffany” was slammed, confident stance. Here, RWB Hong Kong teamed up with Brixton Wheels to install a new tailored set of wheels based on their CM16 models. The new wheels were given a one-off brushed rose gold lip with black centers to provide plenty of contrast, and installed in a wide 10.5 x 18 front and 13.0 x 18 rear setup. After some fine-tuning with the suspension, the fitment – and “Tiffany” – were completed, all without the need for spacers.
Like all other RWB Porsche 911 models, “Tiffany” will be turning heads for years to come.