The Ruf CTR3 is one of the most famous and recognizable models of the German manufacturer. A particularly astonishing copy is on sale in Luxembourg. What to scare the owners of supercars.
It looks like nothing else! Unveiled in 2007, the Ruf CTR3 is related to the Porsche Cayman but shares very little in common with Porsche’s entry-level sports car. In fact, it is built on a custom chassis from the Canadian company Multimatic. Only 30 units were built and this is chassis 008. The ad description reveals that this CTR3 was built in 2010, but in 2013 it returned to the Ruf factory where it was upgraded to adopt the name “Club Sport”. So the 3.7-liter twin-turbo Flat-6 that initially produced 700 horsepower and 889 Nm of torque was pushed to 775 horsepower and 980 Nm. Just that!
A number of other improvements have been made to this Ruf CTR3. For example, it has a zirconia-covered exhaust, a titanium muffler, NACA air intakes on the engine cover, a dry-sump oil tank covered in gold leaf, and Porsche 997 GT3 RSR anti-roll bars, Ohlins. Not to mention the motorsport-derived clutch borrowed from the 911 GT2 type 997.
Mini Carrera GT look
The car is painted in a simple shade of black, but its look does not necessarily remind us of a certain Carrera GT. Notably with its five-spoke rims wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. The car also has bright yellow brake calipers and a few carbon fiber elements like the rear diffuser, rear spoiler and mirror caps.
Inside are carbon fiber back racing seats upholstered in black leather and Alcantara. The description of the ad does not reveal how many kilometers this mini-supercar has to its credit and the price is not specified. But after all, we just need to know that it’s out of our budget.
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