This custom Porsche 911 C4 is the absolute perfect mod to an already amazing car.
It’s not exactly a secret that Japan has the best tuners the world has ever seen. So many garages get their start on the small island nation to go on to become international tuning houses with offices all over the world
RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF (RWB) is just one such tuner company. They’ve got offices in Japan, but also Europe, Canada, and multiple locations across the US of A. They even have one in North Carolina, where their latest and greatest creation was recently delivered.
It’s called the RWB Porsche 911 C4 “Maverick”. What started life as a 1990 Porsche 964 has been upgraded to be the best car that it can be nearly 3 decades later.
Porsche originally made the C4 edition of their 911 to celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the very first Porsche 911. It came with a naturally aspirated engine, 4WD, and a smaller, more subdued rear wing than contemporary models.
RWB said nuts to “subdued” and instead went all out starting with their RWB 964 Street Version Widebody Kit. This replaces the front and rear bumpers, the side rockers, and each wheel fender, adding what looks like feet to the rear wheel width.
Next up is an RWB Hakama Style set of side skirts that match the widebody kit to a T. Airlift Performance’s 3P suspension kit lowers that car so the skirts are practically kissing the pavement, while a four-pack of Work Meister S1 3 Piece rims with custom RWB engraving provide the Maverick with a set of wheels to die for.
Still on the outside, the subtle rear wing is now anything but. Since the widebody kit deleted the side air inlets, they’ve been moved to the absolutely enormous RWB Champion rear wing. You can see them just where the wing connects with the body. Carbon fiber front canards and rear fender wings add to what must be a stupid amount of downforce.
We don’t know what’s happening under the hood, but even if it’s still bone stock, it sounds amazing.