Every year I travel miles across the globe to catch up with friends for our annual RAUH-Welt Begriff get together and party in Roppongi, Tokyo. We have many things in common but one stands out the most, the love for Porsche. Here’s a few shots from my iPhone of the
There are several builds that sparked my interest on the RAUH-Welt Begriff movement back in 2011. With only a few builds back then, there are 4 memorable cars I could easily recall: Stella Artois, Royal Montegobay, Advantage, and Rough rhythm. Considering these creations by Akira Nakai ‘OG status‘, taking photos and featuring it on
Ever followed a car icon that much? I first saw Nakai-San’s creation back in 2008 when I first laid my eyes on RWB Advantage and a wide-body-matte-black S15. Being a huge Porsche and Silvia fan, their aggressive looks immediately called my attention. After that instance, I became hungry on any information about
Last weekend, I gave into peer pressure (thanks Mark, Anton, Brian, and Dat!) and hopped on a last minute flight to Tokyo. While I finish post processing my photos from Tokyo Auto Salon, here’s some photos from the rest of our adventures. Fresh from the airport, we went straight to
Another RWB Porsche 993 is born. Some may say these cars are extreme, boring, played out, etc but to the owners, including myself, owning one isn’t just about the car. It’s about the overall experience from A to Z watching your car transform. Fishbone is the latest RWB from China.
In what seems to be an annual event for Nakai-san, we bring you some amazing coverage of the 2014 New Years RWB Car Meeting in Japan! My good friend, Galen Wan, just so happened to be in town for TAS and captured the amazing Porsche creations born from the Rough
RWB has in the last 12 months become a global tuning sensation, the work of Nakai-san has amassed legions of fans, as well as a few with differing opinions. A little over 12 months ago I took a trip to a small tuning garage, unaware that my outlook on tuning
The eGarage crew recently made a trip up to RWB USA to check out Nakai work and see what the hype was all about for themselves. Needless to say, they left with a new found respect for the workmanship that is RAUH-Welt Begriff. I work every night, until 4 o’clock
Remember this video from earlier last month? You caught a glimpse of the beginning stages of the first RWB’s made in Thailand. Fast forward a month and these are the final stages nearing completion courtesy of videographer Darius Ghassemian. As we come to expect from RWB, quality control and attention
The making of the first RWB’s outside of Japan. As usual, fully handcrafted by Nakai-San himself for the streets of Bangkok, Thailand. Head over to Jon Sibal‘s site for more pictures.