RUF CTR’s new car in 2017 with tamplilan Classical, and also the ability of the car is also a sadist. Although RUF CTR car looks small, but the car with a small body posture has 700 Horsepower. The first car built on a carbon fiber platform RUF-designed, it packs a twin-turbo engine and a top speed of 225 mph. Alois Ruf has made quite a name for itself building a machine-based Porsche tuner breathe fire. In 1987, CTR RUF his “Yellow Bird” stepping competition supercar in Road & Track top speed of weird shootout-470-hp twin-turbo, based on the then-current Porsche 911, hitting 211 mph at the hands of Le Mans legend Paul Frere.
Today at the Geneva Motor Show, the RUF was introduced to the world of tribute fitting for Yellow Bird: The 2017 RUF CTR, brand-new, rear-engine speed freaks, for the first time in the history of the RUF, built on totally chassis bespoke than the Porsche production platform though the styling is straight out of a history book Porsche.
The first car is engineered from the ground up by a tribute RUF CTR faithful to the original. Rear-engine, rear-drive beast is powered by a twin-turbo dry sump water-cooled 3.6-liter flat-six engine cranking out 700 horsepower and 649 lb-ft of torque. The only transmission available is a six-speed manual, and it’s only available in rear-wheel drive, like Yellow Bird. RUF claimed 0-62 mph sprint of just 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 225.