The worn-out Porsche 911 GT3 RS
Motoring

The new Porsche that looks like it's been crashed

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How this Porsche owner made his brand-new £130,000 car look like a barn find with a custom wrap.
Written by Greg StuartPublished on
Porsche owners are notorious in the car world for being precious about their 911s. Tucking them in at night, carpeting the garage, cleaning them with nappies… that sort of thing.
They're not all like that though, and one notable exception is the Swedish owner of the car above, who’s taken his brand-new, top-of-the-range 911 GT3 RS – priced at a cool £130,000 – and made it look like it’s had a nasty altercation with a piece of Armco.
Featuring a cracked front bumper, scorch marks and a faded version of the famous Martini livery that racing Porsches wore in the 1970s, the attention to detail on this distressed livery is eye-opening.
Florida-based graphic design firm Skepple took care of the design, while the GT3 RS was wrapped by Swedish company WrapZone, the same people that take care of skier Jon Olsson’s amazing custom car wraps.
So, is this the ultimate way to stop thieves stealing your brand-new Porker? And more importantly, is it cool or not?