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Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche Cayman GT4 Rendering Is Absurdly Cool

Ever wondered what would happen if a Porsche Cayman GT4 owner decided to screw the warranty (literally) and ask Rauh-Welt Begriff's Akira Nakai to work on the car?
Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche Cayman GT4 Rendering 1 photo
We have and we expect the result to look like the extreme contraption portrayed in the image above. However, we wouldn't hold our breath for such an event, so for now, we'll have to settle for this rendering, which comes from pixel master Javier Oquendo Design.

For one thing, Nakai-San only works on air-cooled 911s and there are multiple reasons for that. One of them is the fact that you probably wouldn't want your brand spanking new GT4 to be fitted with plenty of fiberglass elements.

Then again, the man is always busy, flying around the world to complete one build after another, so don't expect him to be on the lookout for projects such as this one.

Thanks to Porsche's GT divisions, the 911-engined Cayman isn't exactly shy when it comes to letting its visual side tip off other drivers on its performance. However, since we're talking extra-fat RWB matters here, there's simply no way of comparing the standard car to this extreme creation.

As Porsche aficionados have noticed, this car has a Magnus Walker theme, wearing the livery of the infamous "277: 911t the nonconformist Zuffenhausen fan crashed last fall. The accident affected more than just the news reported riding shotgun or Magnus car, since his bad boy aura showed its ugly side - Magnus was sliding the 911 when he hit a parked truck.

Returning to the RWB Cayman GT4 theme, this is the kind of image that serves as a bedroom wall poster for the new generation, so we can only applaud the digital artist.

As for those of you who wonder how far Cayman GT4 owners go in terms of customization, here's an example.

 
 
 
 
 

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