The man turned to German specialist Print Tech Premium Wrapping, which gave the Neunelfer a Matte Aluminum second skin. Remember, we're talking about a special edition that will only see Zuffenhausen gifting the world with 991 units, so, despite the wrap job being reversible, the decision was quite a bold one. Come to think of it, we can only applaud this guy for doing the opposite of speculators who buy such models to make easy money.
Now, about those stripes adroning the mechanical beastThe R-signaling stripes are back. In fact, they're... Back In Black. The 911 R might not pack any obvious aerodynamic elements (the rear diffuser is hidden well enough), but while it doesn't have a splitter, these stripes act as a major opinion splitter, even among Porsche fans. So the possibility of the stripes being left out was real.
Then again, had the owner chose this path, this 911 would've had a hard time speaking its R language. Heck, even with the stripes, the 500 hp Porsche now looks like the four-wheeled definition of understatement.
Then again, when such a car belongs to the Van Berghe GmbH racing team, who knows a thing or two about motorsport activities involving Zuffenhausen vehicles, there's no need to scream out the performance. Relaxed flat-out moments will do just fine - check out the decals on the car and you'll understand its motorsport-linked identity.