The world’s number one authority in wide body Porsche 911 conversion kits is RAUH-Welt BEGRIFF (RWB). But they only work on older 911 models. If you want a super wide 997 and 991, then Japanese tuner Liberty Walk is the one you should be talking to.
Following a fantastic job with the Lamborghini Aventador, LB-Works is currently developing one of their iconic wide body treatments for the Porsche 911 to be introduced at the SEMA show in Las Vegas next month. Liberty Walk Porsche 911 kit is based on the 997 model, but they should be able to tailor it to the 991 as well.
The components of Liberty Walk Porsche 911 wide body kit include bespoke front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and of course those wide rear fenders and huge front wings. They supply two different rear spoilers, including a GT3-style big wing and a cool ducktail inspired by classic 911s. The cost of a full wide body package for Porsche 911 is $18,000. You can also order parts individually.
Stay tuned as we will be bringing you more on LB’s wide 911 when it’s unveiled at SEMA.