RWB Porsche Cayman GT4

Rauh-Welt Begriff or RWB might not mean a lot to some of us, but the Japan-based tuning company, and more importantly its founder, Akira Nakai, is regarded as a legend in the Porsche tuning world. His distinctive style has now been applied to the new Porsche Cayman GT4, albeit in digital form.

Thanks to Javier Oquendo Design, we need not strain our imagination to picture what a RWB Cayman GT4 might look like. The renderer also manage to infuse elements of Magnus Walker’s own 1971 Porsche 911 “277” in the car’s design, most notably the tri-colour livery.

As most of Nakai-san’s work involves classic 911s, it is highly unlikely that the man will break his busy schedule completing RWB builds worldwide (latest being in New York), to work on a project such as this.

Secondly, most owners of a GT4 (discounting the die-hard RWB fans) will not want their new ride to be operated on, and fitted with fibreglass components after. As each build involves tweaking the car’s suspension setup, the conversion might not uphold the GT4’s precise handling prowess either.

What do you think of the RWB Cayman GT4? Is it something that has to be made a reality, or is it sacrilegious to even consider modifying a true track weapon?

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