The 2017 RUF CTR is a pretty special machine. Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2017, it is the first RUF car engineered and designed by RUF. Both chassis and bodywork were produced in-house, you wouldn’t know that from looking at it though! We took a closer look at this retro-mod Porsche 911!

The 2017 RUF CTR is the fourth generation model and has been designed to pay homage to RUF’s legendary 1987 CTR Yellow Bird. Development has taken 5 years of development on account of the extensive amounts of work required to design such a monster. The 2017 RUF CTR is the first RUF sports car to use a chassis completely of the firm’s own design. The front crash structure is built form steel with an integrated roll cage.

Under the rear hatch sits a twin-turbocharged 3.6 litre flat-six engine generating 710 hp and 880 Nm of torque. The RUF engine uses a dry-sump lubrication system to provide constant oil supply and pressure. Power is routed to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox and a limited slip differential. It manages a 3.5 second zero to 100 km/h sprint time and a 200 km/h in just under 9 seconds.

Geneva Motor Show 2017 GTspirit

For more information on the 2017 RUF CTR, click through to our earlier article. For more from the Geneva Motor Show 2017, make sure to bookmark our dedicated news channel and keep checking back.

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