Well, you can forget all that, as this Porscha comes with tires that scream "uber-fat". And while those fat fenders try to conceal the said goodies up front, the rear wheels are completely exposed. Then again, so is the entire engine compartment.
Who knows, perhaps this is more than the need for fresh air. Maybe it's the Internet rebelling again the fact that you can't reach the engine (as an owner) on modern 911s.
This velocity tool has been further spiced-up with elements such as a carbon fiber air scoop for its flat-six. Oh, and let's not forget that floating light bar, which is a showstopper on its own.
Even the livery is special, since this is a nod to famous Porschephile Magnus Walker and his 277 air-cooled Neunelfer.
There's more to this image than meets the eyeAt first, renders such as this one might appear extreme, but sometimes they're mirrored by real life builds that are just as wild.
For instance, Yasid Oozeear, the digital artist who sits behind this pixel painting, mentions that the whole thing is an exercise, since he's designing a somewhat similar take for a 930.
And the pixel wielder is doing this together with Govad Forged Wheels, the aftermarket developer who delivered the rims for that Lamborghini Espada Hot Rod.
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@govadforgedwheels and I are brainstorming for a new Mutant design for a Porsche 930, and it’s only fair to look at other designs. And of course, an inevitable 959 with @magnuswalker 🤘🏼🤘🏼 . . Who remembers the @yasiddesign x @magnuswalker inbound contest from a few years ago? . . . . . #getoutanddrive #porsche #magnuswalker #govadforgedwheels #customcars #porsche959 #loweredlifesfyle #hotrodding #hotrod #ratrod #ratrodz #yd #yasiddesign #porsche