Ruf will convey the main illustration of its retro-styled CTR Commemoration and will make a big appearance the more current looking GT at the current year’s Geneva Engine Show. This year is the Porsche overhauler’s 80th commemoration since Alois Ruf Sr. establishing of the firm in 1939 as a vehicle mechanics shop.
Exhibition: Ruf CTR Commemoration Creation Rendition
Ruf divulged the CTR Commemoration as a model at the 2017 Geneva Engine Show that was suitably called the CTR 2017 (exhibition underneath). While the plan seems to be the exemplary 1987 Yellow Bird, it really rides on Ruf’s most memorable in-house created undercarriage. The monocoque is prevalently carbon fiber, with the exception of steel crash structures at the front and back. The body boards are all carbon fiber, as well. The lightweight material keeps the absolute weight to only 2,646 pounds (1,200 kilograms). For correlation, a 2020 911 Carrera 4S is 3,487 pounds (1,582 kilograms).
Ruf introduces a twin-super 3.6-liter level six motor in the CTR Commemoration that produces 700 pull (522 kilowatts). The roadster can arrive at a maximum velocity of 224 miles each hour (360 kilometers each hour). For the 2017 model, which had very much like specs, Ruf assessed the CTR was fit for hitting 62 mph (100 kph) in under 3.5 seconds and to 124 mph (200 kph) in less than 9 seconds.
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The CTR 2017 had a twofold wishbone design at the front and back with a pushrod setup for the shocks. Ruf no proposition any insights regarding the creation form’s arrangement in the model’s declaration.
In the event that you lean toward an alternate search for your Rufs, the new GT may be more your style. It utilizes the past 991-age Porsche 911 as a beginning stage. A 3.0-liter level six makes 515 hp (384 kW) and 476 lb-ft (645 Nm). The model has a seven-speed double grasp gearbox and hit 62 mph in 3.4 seconds. More insights concerning the GT, including photographs, ought to show up at the Geneva show.