The Tokyo Auto Salon isn't just about Japanese cars. On the contrary, there's a large selection of European models, especially thanks to the growing trend for RAUH-Welt Begriff modified Porsches.
Originally a company that modified Toyota AE 86s, founder Nakai-San took his passion for unique style and applied it to classic air-cooled Porsches. So what does the founder of the RWB movement drive? The answer is this machine.
A classic cabriolet model, the Spearmint Rhino car is, understandably, topless. It's features the usual ultra-wide-body stance, though without the massive rear wing and has been finished in a pristine matte white finish. And even if you're not a fan of the RWB movement, you simply have to love those wheels.
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