The Porsche 911* is a car that was a joint effort of two designers – British Tony Hatter and Dutch Harm Lagaay. With a 3.0 litre (later 3.3 litre) engine, the Porsche 911 (930)** car was produced during the years 1975-1989. Over 21,500 cars were made during these 14 years.
Porsche car tuner from Japan, RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF (RWB) needs no introduction to any Porsche owner worldwide. A brand which means ‘rough world concept’ is owned by Akira Nakai, who is known for combining Japanese elements along with European technology. Today, RWB cars command a very high premium. It is said that each car that RWB does tuning for, is not duplicated with another, therefore making each Porsche RWB owner feel special. And Nakai-san personally attends to each car.
This Martini livery car has a carbon fibre roof and hood and inside has Recaro Martini branded seats. This car also has Bembo brakes and WORK Meister S1 wheels.
* pronounced as Nine One One
** 911 models can be identified from the nomenclature given to models built during a particular year,
Porsche 911: 1963–1989
Porsche 930 Turbo: 1975–1989
Porsche 964: 1989–1994
Porsche 993: 1995–1998
Porsche 996: 1999–2004
Porsche 997: 2005–2012
Porsche 991: 2012–2019
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|- Material: ZAMAC (zinc alloy), Rubber and Plastic|
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|Box Dimension (in inches)||6 x 3 x 3|
|Theme||Racing - F1 / GP|