Ruf ctr3

Contents • 1 Description • 2 Asphalt 3D • 3 Asphalt 6: Adrenaline • 4 Asphalt Injection • 5 Asphalt 7: Heat • 6 Asphalt 8: Airborne • 6.1 Summary • 6.2 Performance • 7 Asphalt Overdrive • 8 Asphalt Nitro Description Released two decades after the original Ruf CTR on April 11, 2007, the RUF CTR 3 continues RUF's tradition of enhancing Porsche automobiles, sharing body panels and the engine from Porsche. For the first time, though, the CTR 3 is built with a RUF-designed body on a RUF-designed platform, reflecting the "classic" visual feel of older Porsche sports cars.

Additionally, the CTR 3 adopted the Porsche Cayman's mid-engine layout rather than a traditional rear-engine layout like with the Ruf ctr3 and CTR 2. The car weighs 3086 lb (1400 kg) with a body built out of steel, aluminum, and kevlar-carbon.

The engine of the Ruf CTR 3 is a 3.8L Porsche-derived flat-6 engine supplemented with twin KKK/Siemens turbochargers; the flat-6 produces 690 hp (515 kW) at 7,000 rpm and 657 ft·lb (891 N·m) at 4,000 rpm. Each turbocharger has an intercooler placed in front of each rear wheel. The CTR ruf ctr3 uses a six-speed sequential transmission that is transversely mounted and uses a limited ruf ctr3 differential to maximize performance. On the dashboard, a shift indicator shows the gear being used.

Asphalt 3D This section of an article is missing some information. Please try to add some relevant content. Asphalt 6: Adrenaline This section of an article is missing some information.

Please try to add some relevant content. Asphalt Injection The Ruf CTR 3 is a Tier 7 car that requires 255 Stars to unlock and is purchased for 510,000 Cash. This section of an article is missing some information. Please try to add some relevant content. Asphalt 7: Heat The Ruf CTR 3 is a Tier 7 car that requires 255 Stars to unlock and ruf ctr3 purchased for 510,000 Cash. Asphalt 8: Airborne Summary The Ruf CTR 3 initially appeared as a low Class S car with the following statistics: • Ruf ctr3 rank: 1506 • MAX rank: 1616 ( +110) • MAX+PRO rank: 1689 ( +73) • Tuning Kit bonus: +26 • Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 183 • Speed Modifier: 95.75% • This was removed in the 2019 Holiday Update.

• Nitro Efficiency: 9/14/19 • Note: This vehicle is no longer available for purchase. As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the RUF CTR 3 is now a high-end Class B car. Performance The Ruf CTR 3 acted as a slightly improved version of the RUF RT 12 S, carrying the basic same performance characteristics but with slightly better nitro power, handling and nitro efficiency.

Overall, the Ruf CTR 3 was not a common choice for a go-to Class S car, due to its bias towards top speed and handling at the expense of everything else. While it was useful for clearing Class S races in Career Mode, ruf ctr3 CTR 3 was best reserved for RUF-only events. The Ruf CTR 3 initially cost 100,000 to purchase.

The CTR 3's purchase cost was raised to 175,000 during The Great Wall Update. The Enduro Update added an option to purchase the CTR 3 with tokens, so its cost thereafter was 175,000 or 1,150.

Upgrades cost 956,000 while Pro Kits require 15 of each Rare Drivetrain, Rare Exhaust, Rare Suspension, Rare Tires, 60 Rare Engine, Rare Tech and 2,976,000. As of the Porsche Update, it is no longer available for purchase; although it could still be purchased from the S-Class Car Pack, which cost 6,500; this car pack was later removed. Prior to the aforementioned update, the CTR 3 and all other Porsche-based cars were given away in giveaway cups.

Main article: Asphalt 8: Airborne/Licensing Issues Asphalt Overdrive The Ruf CTR 3 appears in Asphalt Overdrive as a Turf 5 car. This section of an article is missing some information.

Please try to add some relevant content. Asphalt Nitro Originally a Class S car, the Ruf CTR 3 appears in Asphalt Nitro as a Class A car in the final release. It costs 1,050 to purchase. Vehicles in Asphalt Nitro Class Ruf ctr3 Mini Cooper S Roadster • Alfa Romeo MiTo GTA • Renault CLIO R.S. 200 EDC • Renault DeZir • Chevrolet Camaro GS • Nissan 370Z • 2015 Ford Mustang • Ferrari 308 GTS • Geely GC9 • BMW M3 Sedan Class C Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X • Lotus Exige S Coupe • Jaguar F-Type R • Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione • Dodge Challenger SRT8 • Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI • BMW M6 • Felino cB7 • Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car • Nissan GT-R (R35) • Ferrari F430 Class B Ferrari 458 Italia • Mercedes-Benz Biome • Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 2013 • Chevrolet Corvette C7 • Spada Codatronca TSS • Ford Shelby GT500 • Pagani Zonda R • Ferrari F12berlinetta • Chevrolet SS Class A Lamborghini Sesto Elemento • Lamborghini Huracán • RUF RT 12 S • Lamborghini Veneno • Jaguar C-X75 • RUF CTR 3 • Ferrari LaFerrari • Ferrari FXX Evoluzione • Nissan GT-R NISMO • Pagani Huayra • Tramontana XTR Class S McLaren P1™ ruf ctr3 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse • Mercedes-Benz Silver Lightning • Koenigsegg Agera R • W Motors Lykan HyperSport • Ferrari 330 P4 • McLaren F1 • Peugeot Onyx • Chrysler ME412 • Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 • Koenigsegg One:1 • 9FF GT9-R Vehicles in Asphalt Overdrive Turf 1 Ford Mustang GT Fastback • Ram 1500 • Fiat Abarth Rally • GMC K-2500 • DS 3 Ruf ctr3 • Renault Alpine A110 • Ferrari 308 GTS Turf 2 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda • Ford Explorer • DeLorean DMC-12 • Pontiac Firebird Trans Am • Volkswagen Camper Bus • Chevrolet Camaro SS Turf 3 Ford Mustang Boss 302 • GMC Vandura • Ford Shelby GT500 • Hummer HX • Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione • Bentley Continental GT V8 Turf 4 Chevrolet Corvette C7 • SRT Viper • Ferrari Testarossa • Ferrari F12berlinetta • Pagani Zonda R • RUF RT 12 S Turf 5 Ferrari 458 Italia • Lamborghini Countach • RUF CTR 3 • Ferrari FXX • W Motors Lykan HyperSport • Lamborghini Veneno • Hennessey Venom GT • Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Vehicles in Asphalt 8: Airborne Class D Dodge Dart GT • Audi R8 e-tron • Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS • Tesla Model S • Cadillac ATS • Cadillac XTS • Suzuki GSX-R750 • Honda Integra Type-R • Infiniti Project Black S • Renault Trezor • Scion FR-S • Ford F-150 • Audi Ruf ctr3 3 Sportback • Mini Cooper S Roadster • Alfa Romeo MiTo GTA • Ruf ctr3 Z800 • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive • BMW M3 Sedan • BMW M1 • Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG • Chevrolet Corvette C3 • Infiniti FX50 • Renault ZOE e-Sport Concept • Acura NSX 2005 • Mazda Furai • Honda S2000 • Honda Civic Type R • Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition • Mazda RX-8 Special Edition • Nissan Leaf Nismo RC • Porsche 959 • Renault CLIO R.S.

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Although its production run spanned from 2007 to 2012, just 29 chassis were assembled. That makes this one a really exclusive car to own. Now, one has come up for sale via Art & Revs in the UK. The model listed here is chassis number eight of the group and has been put together with a right-hand drive configuration for the UK market. It was assembled in 2010 and has since been owned by three different individuals but, what makes this particular model rather intriguing is the fact that, in 2013, it was sent back to the RUF factories to be converted into a Clubsport specification.

To do this, the standard car was provided with the uprated engine modifications which gives the 997 GT2-sourced twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six a final power output of 775 horsepower and 723 lb-ft. This is complemented by a Castrol SRF brake fluid upgrade and metal-braided brake lines together with a titanium exhaust box with Zirconium-coated tailpipes.

Furthermore, the conversion includes a set of NACA ducts applied to ruf ctr3 flat floor of the engine bay for improved ventilation, a gold-leaf coated dry-sump oil tank for ruf ctr3 heat insulation, and a set of front axle control arms and anti-roll bars, bearings, and more sourced from the Porsche 997 GT3 RSR with a wider RSR track. Its dynamic capabilities are further enhanced via a set of high-spec Ohlins three-way adjustable dampers and bespoke springs fitted to the front and rear while a Porsche 997 GT2 motorsport clutch system is installed for a more conclusive performance experience.

For added exclusivity, the dealer confirms that it was also being sold with a unique "3 CTR" personalized license plate if the new owner wishes to keep the car in the region. The RUF CTR3 bears a very similar chassis design to Porsche's very own exclusive GT1. It uses the front section of a 997 which has been welded to a RUF-built monocoque type center section with a tubular rear frame to support the additional mechanical components and uprated suspension. To maintain a mass of 3,086 lbs, the body panels have been formed with Carbon Kevlar.

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The top model combines decades of experience and state-of-the-art technology with timeless design.

As a logical consequence of the ongoing development, we offer a vehicle that inspires with its extraordinary driving dynamics and technology. The flat, wide front of the independent design with the characteristic front fenders make an impressive appearance for the viewer from the outside. Thanks to the special design of the fenders and the extremely low A-pillar in conjunction with the low seating position, the driver of the CTR has a view of the road that is reminiscent of earlier sports prototypes.

Numerous high-performance components are combined under the carbon outer skin. The 6-cylinder boxer engine generates 777 hp thanks to exhaust gas turbocharging and has a maximum ruf ctr3 of 980 Nm. The rear-wheel drive mid-engine coupe is very flat and has a low center of gravity. The rear axle construction ruf ctr3 horizontal spring / damper units. The highest level of expansion is the CTR 3 Clubsport, which has a particularly sporty appearance thanks to additional wheel arch extensions and a rigid rear wing made of carbon.

Motor vehicle Ruf CTR "Yellowbird" Overview Manufacturer Ruf Automobile GmbH Production 1987–1996 (29 built from scratch, rest converted from customer cars) Assembly Pfaffenhausen, Germany Body and chassis Class Sports car ( S) Body style 2-door coupé Layout Longitudinally-mounted, rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive Related Porsche 911 Powertrain Engine 3.4 L (3,367 cc) twin-turbocharged flat-6 Power output 469 PS (345 kW; 463 hp) 553 N⋅m (408 lbf⋅ft) of torque Transmission 5-speed manual Dimensions Wheelbase 2,273 mm ruf ctr3 in) Length 4,290 mm (169 in) Width 1,775 mm (69.9 in) Height 1,311 mm (51.6 in) Curb weight 1,150 kg (2,535 lb) [1] Chronology Predecessor Ruf BTR Successor • Ruf CTR2 • Ruf CTR Anniversary (spiritual) The Ruf CTR (Group C, Turbo Ruf) also known as the CTR Yellowbird or simply Yellowbird, is a limited-production, high performance sports car manufactured by German automobile manufacturer Ruf Automobile.

Introduced for the 1987 model year and based on the Porsche 911, the CTR featured an enlarged and highly tuned version of Porsche's 3.2 litre flat-six cylinder engine, lightened body panels, an integrated roll cage (adding chassis stiffness in addition to occupant safety), upgraded suspension and braking systems, a custom-designed transmission, and several unique trim pieces such as polyurethane bumpers, and the use of the side-mounted oil filler (a Porsche feature for the 1972 model year only) necessitated ruf ctr3 relocating the oil tank forward to clear the intercooler on that side.

The car received its nickname, "Yellowbird", during testing by Road & Track magazine, whose staff members noted the contrast created by its yellow paintwork against the overcast skies on the day of their photo shoot.

[2] A view of the engine bay of the CTR with Alois Ruf present near the car The CTR (abbreviation of " Group C Turbo Ruf") was based on the 1987 911 Carrera 3.2 as opposed to the 930; Porsche's factory turbocharged version of the 911. The decision to base the car on the Carrera 3.2 was made because of the 3.2's slightly lower curb weight ruf ctr3 drag coefficient.

Factory body panels including the doors, hood and engine cover were replaced with aluminum pieces, helping to reduce an additional 200 kg (441 lb) of weight as compared to the vehicle's factory curb weight. Efforts to reduce drag, the use of fiberglass front and rear bumpers and a pair of intake ducts on the rear flares to allow airflow to the intercoolers topped the list of body modifications.

The rear arches were also slightly increased in width to accommodate the larger Speedline wheels. In addition ruf ctr3 the lighter panels, considerable modifications were made to the engine, including boring the cylinders ruf ctr3 to 98 mm (4 in) to increase displacement from 3.2 L (3,164 cc) to 3.4 L (3,367 cc), adding an uprated DME fuel injection system originally designed for the Porsche 962 race car.

[2] A specifically designed turbo system featuring large twin-turbochargers and twin intercoolers were the main highlights of the modifications done to the engine, bringing total output to 469 PS (345 kW; 463 hp) at 5,950 rpm and 553 N⋅m (408 lbf⋅ft) of torque at 5,100 rpm. Ruf CTR Yellowbird powerplant At the time, Porsche offered the 911 3.2 with a 5-speed manual transmission, but the 930 featured only a 4-speed manual transmission, chosen because it was the only unit manufactured by the company that could handle the turbocharged engine's high power output.

Not content with only four forward gears and unable to satisfactorily modify the 5-speed unit, Ruf chose to use a new five-speed transmission of their own design on the CTR, which also gave them full freedom to customise gear ratios.

[3] An upgraded suspension system, 17 inch Ruf Speedline alloy wheels, 330 mm (13.0 in) diameter Brembo braking system, and Dunlop's Denloc system performance tyres were used. The company debuted the vehicle at the end of 1987 with pricing set at US$142,900 (approx US$362,000 ruf ctr3 2022), although that number could vary depending on whether a given customer ordered it directly from Ruf or brought in a car purchased via dealer for conversion.

Ruf manufactured only 29 cars from chassis bought from Porsche; about 20–30 cars were built from customers' Carreras. [4] Specifications [ edit ] Ruf rated the CTR at 469 PS (345 kW; 463 hp) and 408 lb⋅ft (553 N⋅m) of torque.

It is said that the official power output of 469 PS was the lowest dynamometer reading of all the CTR engines tested while the average figure was ruf ctr3 to 500 PS (368 kW; 493 hp) or even higher. [4] [5] [2] Much attention was given to aerodynamic considerations, with the body being de-guttered/seam welded and the use of filler panels for ruf ctr3 door pillars and 935-style mirrors. Prototype models had NACA-style intercooler intake ducts over the rear fenders (later dropped, as ruf ctr3 was discovered that air was pulled out, rather than in, at speed due to a low-pressure area), while later models had additional slots ruf ctr3 the rear bumper corners for the air to exit.

Weighing in at 2,535 lb (1,150 kg), the CTR had a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 3.65 ruf ctr3 and a top speed in excess of 210 mph. Although the Porsche 959 was faster in terms of acceleration to 60 mph, the Yellowbird could outperform all competition when it came to top speed, topping out at 342 km/h (213 mph), a top speed that made it the fastest production car in the world at the time of its ruf ctr3.

[4] [6] [7] Technical specifications [8] [9] [ edit ] • Engine configuration: Twin-turbocharged SOHC 2 valves per cylinder flat-six engine • Bore X Stroke: 98 mm × ruf ctr3 mm (3.86 in × 2.93 in) • Displacement: 3,367 cc (3.4 L; 205.5 cu in) • Compression ratio: 7.5:1 • Power: 469 PS (345 kW; 463 hp) ruf ctr3 5,950 rpm • Torque: 553 N⋅m (408 lb⋅ft) at 5,100 rpm • Redline: 6,800 rpm • Curb weight: 1,150 kg (2,535 lb) • Gearbox: 5-speed manual transmission (6-speed optional) • Tyres: 215/45ZR-17 front, 255/40ZR-17 rear • Layout: Rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive.

Performance [ edit ] The Recaro seats in a CTR The CTR could generally outperform most of the other high performance cars of the time, including the Ferrari Testarossa and Lamborghini Countach. [10] In addition, despite being slower than the Porsche 959 in accelerating from 0-60 mph, it could outperform the Porsche 959, Ferrari F40 and the Lamborghini Diablo accelerating from 0-100 mph and attain a higher top speed.

[2] [7] The CTR was also a highly competent track vehicle, and for several years it held the unofficial lap record at the Nürburgring-Nordschleife track. [11] Test results by Ruf ctr3 • 0–30 mph (48 km/h): 1.69 seconds [6] • 0–60 mph (97 km/h): 3.65 seconds [6] • 0–100 mph (161 km/h): 6.71 seconds [6] • 0–150 mph (241 km/h): 14.59 seconds [6] • 0–200 mph (322 km/h): 35.57 seconds [6] • Standing mile: 27.7 seconds at 304.34 km/h (189.11 mph) [6] • 0–100–0 mph: 11.85 seconds [6] • 0–200–0 mph: 47.20 seconds [6] Test results by other magazines: • 0–100 km/h (62 mph): 4.1 seconds [1] • 0–200 km/h (124 mph): 10.5 seconds [12] • Standing 1/4 mile (402 m): 11.7 s at 215 km/h (133.5 mph) [10] • 0–1,000 m: 20.9 seconds [1] • Top speed: 342 km/h (213 mph) [7] Other Media [ edit ] The Ruf CTR had its first appearance in April 1987 at the "World's Fastest Cars" contest held by American car magazine Road & Track where it was designated "The Fastest Production Car in the World".

It accelerated from 0-60 mph in 4.0 seconds, 0-100 mph in 7.3 seconds, 0–200 km/h in 10.5 seconds, 1⁄ 4 mile in 11.7 seconds at 133.5 mph (215 km/h) and reached a top speed of 211 mph (340 km/h), beating the competition by 10 mph (16 km/h).

Editor Paul Frère shouted "This is faster than I've ever gone in my life!" during a ride. [10] [13] [12] In 1988, Auto Motor und Sport organized a high speed test at Nardò Ring where the Ruf CTR was the fastest reaching 342 km/h (213 mph), surpassing a Porsche 959 s (339 km/h (211 mph)), two Ferrari F40s (321 km/h (199 mph) each) and a Mercedes AMG 6.0 32V (288 km/h (179 mph)).

At one point it achieved an unofficial 346 km/h (215 mph). [7] [13] In 1989, test driver Stefan Roser drove the CTR around the Nürburgring. The laps were captured on camera and released by Ruf in a video called "Faszination on the Nürburgring" which became famous. Car & Driver called it ruf ctr3, enthralling and influential and for Top Gear it's the best and most exciting lap for watching.

[5] [14] In 2004, a Ruf CTR was able to keep up with newer sports cars like the Porsche Carrera GT, the Enzo Ferrari and the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren at the Autocar 0-100-0 challenge and impressed the audience, [6] so did another one - with more than 100,000 kilometers on its odometer - at the Road & Track standing mile contest 2005.

Steve Millen, after testing a CTR, stated: "That thing's a blast. It accelerates hard. It's a real old-school car with a lot of torque and power.

Just awesome. What a rush. It pulled the whole way through." [15] The Ruf CTR is a playable/drivable car in the video games " The Duel: Test Drive II", " Project Gotham Racing 3", " Project Gotham Racing 4", " Driver: San Francisco", " Forza Motorsport 4", " Forza Motorsport 5", " Forza Horizon", " Forza Horizon 2", " Assetto Corsa", " Project CARS", and most of the " Gran Turismo" series games.

Successor [ edit ] The CTR was succeeded in 1996 by the CTR2 based on Porsche's newer 993 Generation 911. Revival [ edit ] 2017 Ruf CTR on display at the Geneva Motor Show At the 87th Geneva Motor Show held from 9 to 19 March 2017, exactly 30 years after the original CTR was launched, Ruf presented a new model paying tribute to the original CTR.

The new CTR utilises an in-house developed carbon fibre body bearing resemblance to a Porsche 964 along with an aluminium chassis resulting in a dry weight of 2,640 lb (1,200 kg).

The car is not based on the 911, unlike the original CTR. The new CTR is powered by a 3.6-litre water cooled twin-turbocharged Flat-6 engine producing 700 hp (710 PS; 522 kW) at 6,750 rpm and 880 N⋅m (649 lb⋅ft) of torque at ruf ctr3 rpm. The car is capable of accelerating from 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in under 3.5 seconds and can reach a top speed of 360 km/h (224 mph).

Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox. The car also sports retro components based on the original CTR such as the 'whale tail' rear wing five-spoke wheels, interior and the steering wheel. Only 50 examples of the 2017 CTR will be produced. [16] [17] References [ edit ] • ruf ctr3 a b c Sport Auto 7/1987 ruf ctr3 ^ a b c d "Birth of an icon: 1987 Ruf CTR ' Yellow bird': Ruf CTR ' Yellow bird' ".

• ^ "RUF CTR- The Record-Breaking Yellowbird [Ultimate Ruf ctr3. Sports Car Digest - The Sports, Racing and Vintage Car Journal. 11 September 2020. Retrieved 14 September 2020. • ^ a b c Total 911 issue 125 p.42-46 • ^ a b "1987 Ruf CTR "Yellowbird" 911 Turbo Driven [+ Video]". 11 November 2013. • ^ a b c d e f g h i j Autocar Magazine, 27 April 2004 Issue • ^ a b c d Auto, Motor und Sport 25/1988 • ^ "Technical Specifications".

Archived from the original on 2 December 2000. Retrieved 4 July 2018. • ^ Road & Track March 1991 • ^ a b c Road & Track July 1987. Excerpt: Egan, Peter (29 May 2016). "In 1987, The World's Fastest Cars Couldn't Catch A 211-mph Twin-Turbo Ruf".

Road & Track. US. Retrieved 26 August 2016. • ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 12 December 2015. Retrieved 23 December 2015. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link) • ^ a b "De snelste:339 km/u!" by Paul Frère • ^ a b 911 & Porsche World, No. 32, March/April 1996 • ^ "The Ruf CTR Yellowbird was the very first 'viral' video star". ruf ctr3 November 2018. • ^ Road & Track September 2005 • ^ "2017 RUF CTR Unveiled in Geneva Thrilling New RUF Takes The Stage". Retrieved 1 September 2018. • ^ Tom McParland (7 March 2017). "RuF pays tribute to the original CTR by introducing a new model using the same name". jalopnik.

Retrieved 30 January 2018. External links [ edit ] • Ruf 911 CTR (Ruf Homepage) at the Wayback Machine (archived 10 February 2001) • "RUF CTR Nürburgring Lap Video". Archived from the original on 21 December 2021. Edit links • This page was last edited on 10 May 2022, at 22:21 (UTC). • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 ; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Listen to this article We are yet to see a production mid-engined 911 from Porsche, despite the rumors from years ago when Porsche Motorsport’s manager of high-performance cars, Andreas Preuninger, said we should not rule out this option. We might have to wait until at least the next generation of the sports car to arrive, though, if you want a mid-engined 911 right now, we have an offer.

Well, it’s not our own offer but we are happy to report on it. A company called Art and Revs is selling ruf ctr3 of just 29 assembled Ruf CTR3 cars. This is Ruf’s own interpretation of a mid-engined 911, based largely on the 997-generation 911. The tuning company used help from Multimatic, the builder of the Ford GT, which provided the bespoke platform for the supercar.

And oh, it is as cool as it is rare. This particular car is chassis number 8 and was assembled in 2010, which means it’s now 12 years old. Three years after it left Ruf’s workshop, it returned to the factory to be upgraded to the later Club Sport specification with a more powerful engine. The body of the car is all made of carbon-kevlar fiber and the engine is based on the 997 GT2. In this upgraded configuration, it generates 775 horsepower (570 kilowatts) and 723 pound-feet (980 Newton-meters), moving a curb weight of just 3,086 pounds (1,400 kilograms).

The description of this ad claims the car is in wonderful condition and has always been “maintained to the highest level.” It is located in the United Kingdom and even wears an appropriate number plate - “3 CTR.” The seller says they’ll happily transmit this registration to the new owner, if they are from the UK, too. More CT3s For Sale: Ruf CTR3 Is Mid-Engined 911 You Didn't Know You Wanted And now, about the price.

Unfortunately, there’s no actual figure listed and more information could be received upon request. We don’t believe this rare bird will be sold for less than several hundred thousand dollars. In fact, it may also hit the one million mark.
Motor vehicle Ruf CTR3 Overview Manufacturer Ruf Automobile Production 2007–2012 (CTR3) 2012–present (CTR3 Clubsport) [1] Assembly Pfaffenhausen, Germany Designer Bennett Soderberg [2] Body and chassis Class Sports car ( S) Body style 2-door ruf ctr3 Layout Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive Related Porsche Cayman Lykan HyperSport Powertrain Engine 3.7L twin-turbocharged flat-6 Transmission 6-speed sequential manual 7-speed PDK (Clubsport) Dimensions Wheelbase 2,625 mm (103.3 in) [3] Length 4,445 mm (175.0 in) [3] Width 1,944 mm (76.5 in) [3] Height 1,200 mm (47 in) [3] Curb weight 3,035 lb (1,377 kg) [3] Chronology Predecessor Ruf CTR2 The Ruf CTR3 is a mid-engined sports car produced by German car manufacturer Ruf Automobile.

The CTR3 was unveiled at the Bahrain International Circuit on the 20th anniversary of the original Ruf CTR on April 13, 2007 in conjunction with the opening of a new Ruf factory at the circuit. [4] [5] Continuing the Ruf tradition of enhancing Porsche automobiles, the CTR3 shares the body style and engine type with the contemporaneous Porsche 987 Cayman and Porsche 997.1 Turbo.

For the first time, however, it features a Ruf-designed body built on a dedicated platform engineered in conjunction with Multimatic [6] and is particularly styled to reflect ruf ctr3 visual feel of vintage Le Mans race cars of the 1950s and 1960s. [5] Additionally, Ruf adopted the Porsche Cayman's mid-engine layout for the new car, rather than the traditional rear-engine layout of the previous CTR models (CTR and CTR2).

Contents • 1 Specifications • 1.1 Powertrain • 1.2 Transmission • 1.3 Chassis • 1.4 Suspension • 1.5 Wheels • 2 CTR3 Clubsport • 3 Performance • 4 Gallery • 5 References • 6 External links Specifications [ edit ] Powertrain [ edit ] The Ruf Ruf ctr3 is powered by a 3,746 cc (3.7 L) twin-turbocharged flat-six engine producing a maximum power output of 691 bhp (701 PS; 515 kW) at 7,600 rpm and 889 N⋅m (656 lb⋅ft) of torque at 4,000 rpm.

[7] The cylinder block and heads are made of aluminum alloy with a bore and stroke of 102 mm × 76.4 mm (4.02 by 3.01 inches), and the engine utilizes a dual overhead camshaft valvetrain.

[7] The engine has a compression ratio of 9.2:1 and is controlled by a Bosch Motronic ECU. [3] The flat-six engine is paired with KKK K24 twin-turbochargers and two air-to-air intercoolers. The H6-TT engine in the CTR3.

Ruf ctr3 [ edit ] The CTR3 is equipped with a transversely mounted 6-speed sequential manual transmission. The transmission is paired with a limited-slip differential. [3] Chassis [ edit ] The CTR3 has a frame constructed from aluminum and zinc-dipped steel for the front and passenger sections of the car. [3] The rear frame around the engine is a space frame constructed from billet aluminum by Multimatic that Ruf calls 'the Birdcage'.

[7] The body panels are made from a kevlar- carbon composite, and the car weighs 1,400 kg (3,086 lb) in total. Suspension [ edit ] The CTR3 utilizes MacPherson strut suspension on the front axle from the Porsche 911, and multi-link suspension with horizontal coil over shock absorbers at the rear axle. Anti-roll bars are installed on both axles.

{INSERTKEYS} [7] Wheels [ edit ] The CTR3 is equipped with forged aluminum wheels with diameters of 19 inches at the front and 20 inches at the rear. The tires are Michelin Pilot Super Sports with codes of 255/35 ZR 19 for the front and 335/30 ZR 20 for the rear. The brakes are ventilated ceramic composite discs, with a diameter of 380mm each and utilizing six-piston aluminium calipers at the front and rear. {/INSERTKEYS}

{INSERTKEYS} [7] [8] CTR3 Clubsport [ edit ] Ruf CTR3 Clubsport Ruf unveiled the CTR3 Clubsport variant at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show as an evolution and replacement of the standard CTR3. [9] The Clubsport features a revised engine with power boosted to 777 PS (571 kW; 766 hp) at 7,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 980 N⋅m (723 lb⋅ft) at 4,000 rpm.

[10] The Clubsport also introduced an optional 7-speed Dual-clutch transmission in addition to the standard 6-speed sequential manual. As of May 2018, only 7 CTR3 Clubsport cars have been built in addition to 30 standard CTR3 cars. [11] The CTR3 Clubsport shares many features with the Lykan HyperSport, a car developed from the same engine. [12] Among these similarities are: engine (3.7L twin-turbo flat-six), transmissions (6-speed sequential manual and 7-speed PDK), suspension (MacPherson strut front and multi-link rear), wheels, tyres and brakes (255/35 ZR 19 for the front, 335/30 ZR 20 for the rear, 380mm carbon ceramic discs), weight (1,377 kg for the CTR3 and 1,380 kg for the Hypersport), and physical dimensions (height and length are within 35mm, wheelbase and width are identical at 2,625mm and 1,944mm respectively).

Performance [ edit ] The CTR3 has claimed acceleration times of 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 3.2 seconds, with an estimated top speed of 233 mph (375 km/h). [2] The extra 86 hp (64 kW) and 91 N⋅m (67 lbf⋅ft) of torque in the Clubsport reduce its 0-60 mph (97 km/h) time to 3.0 seconds, with an estimated top speed of 236 mph (380 km/h).

[13] Gallery [ edit ] • • ^ Bradley Brownell (18 July 2017). "In-depth look at the CTR3 Club Sport". The Drive . Retrieved 10 February 2018. • ^ a b Mike Monticello (21 May 2007). "2008 Ruf CTR3".

Road & Track . Retrieved 10 February 2018. • ^ a b c d e f g h Alex Nunez (12 April 2007). "Ruf CTR3 full official specs". Autoblog . Retrieved 10 February 2018. • ^ "German sports car manufacturer RUF opens a new factory at the Bahrain and launches its RUF CTR3 supercar".

Bloomberg. 2007-04-17 . Retrieved 2018-08-13. • ^ a b "The dream machine". GulfWeekly. 2007-04-18 . Retrieved 2018-08-13. • ^ "2008 Ruf CTR3". Road & Track.

2007-05-21 . Retrieved 2017-07-24. • ^ a b c d e Vivian, David (2009-01-19). "Ruf CTR3". evo . Retrieved 2018-08-13. • ^ Kuah, Ian (2013-10-30). "2014 Ruf CTR3 Club Sport - Ruf Trade". {/INSERTKEYS}

Super Street Network. Retrieved 2018-08-14. • ^ Adams, Lawrence (2012-03-07). "Geneva 2012: RUF CTR3 Clubsport". GulfWeekly. Retrieved 2018-08-15. • ^ "The RUF model with pure super sports car DNA". Ruf Automobile. Retrieved 2018-08-15. • ^ Constantine, Chris (2018-04-30). "One of the Last RUF CTR 3 Clubsports is Going to Auction in Monaco". TheDrive. Retrieved 2018-08-15. • ^ Katsianis, Jordan (February ruf ctr3, 2017).

"Lykan Hypersport: all you need to know". evo. Retrieved August 13, 2018. • ^ Burkart, Tom (2014-09-10). "777HP, 236MPH 2015 RUF CTR3 Clubsport Is Veyron-Hunting, Twin-Turbo Cayman". TheDrive. Retrieved 2018-08-15. External links [ edit ] • Ruf CTR3 Official Page • RUF Automobile - Worldwide Distributors Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ruf CTR3. Edit links • This page ruf ctr3 last edited on 28 December 2021, at 09:06 (UTC). • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 ; additional terms may apply.

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