You can make almost the same one with the slider component in Webflow.
Webflows slider component is made of several elements, you can take control of them by selecting them in the Navigator tab.
Give a class to the slider element to give it a width and height (full page width for instance)
Now take control of the mask element. The mask represents the active slide. So give it a smaller width and center it. Also, remove its overflow:hidden property so that previous and next frames will be shown.
Now it starts to look like your example.
Make it auto and loop. One thing you won't be able to do is have it already filling the full width on load. (or maybe try not to center the mask, rather stick it to the left? try this...)
Edit: I tried but the slider never stays full of slides..; the slider component isn't really made for that, sorry