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Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche Cayman GT4 Rendering Made for Nakai-San Looks Mesmerising

Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsches have been keeping us busy dreaming about them for quite some years now, but these extreme JDM-flavored aftermarket delights are usually found on 911 models.
Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche Cayman GT4 1 photo
Even when it comes to Neunelfers, Akira Nakai, the man behind the RWB kits, only builds them for 930 and 964 senior cars. But what if Nakai-San does his own dreaming, thinking about building one on a Cayman GT4?

Well, he might just do that. The rendering above, which shows us an RWB GT4, comes from digital artist Jon Sibal, who explains this is “a concept I did earlier this year for Nakai-San.”Still, this sounds too good to be true
However, there’s a long way from dreaming to building, even with a man such as Nakai-San, who likes to travel the world and... preach his body kits.

While we’d love to see a Cayman GT being gifted with an RWB armor (yes, we see these kits as aero amours), this is a long shot. For one thing, we are talking about a limited edition. Porsche’s GT division is only expected to build 2,500 of this mid-engined track-savvy toy.

Then again, you never know what owners want to do with their rides. We’ll remind you one Cayman GT4 driver in the US recently set about to troll people by installing a “taxi” sign on top of his Racing Yellow Porsche.

Nevertheless, while that only required minimal efforts, installing an RWB package takes quite some work. For instance, those massive fender elements require Nakai-San to cut into the car’s fenders.

The man handles all the assembly by himself. From the design, to the installation and the panel gaps tweaking, they all come out perfect. In the consumer age that dominates us, sometimes we're almost suprised to see such craftsmanship acts receiving the attention they deserve.

 
 
 
 
 

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