Company Ruf, after a four year break, releasing an update for super-strong CTR 3. Well-known expert post-sales training, which specializes in refinement car brands the 2018-2019 Porsche , after the release of the 2007 version of the capacity of 700 hp, offers an updated, 750-strong supercar model with mid-engine.
New Ruf CTR 3 from still working on the 3.8-liter power unit, which served as the basis for a 6-cylinder boxer twin-turbo engine 2018-2019 Porsche 911 , which, thanks to refinements develops 750 horsepower at 7100 rev / min and 960 Nm of torque available from 4000 rev / min. Past Ruf model presented in 2007, has a capacity of 700 horsepower and 890 Nm of torque.
Significant performance boost allows the updated CTR 3 accelerates from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in 3.2 seconds and to 200 km / h in just 9.6 seconds. The supercar can develop the most impressive 380 kilometers per hour. The torque is transmitted to the rear wheels by means of a high-performance 6-speed gearbox with zero transfer time, and the differential CTR 3 is equipped with an automatic lock.
For sure the engine power control needs a serious brake system, which in the CTR 3 from Ruf offered with 380-mm brake discs and 6-piston calipers. Supercar wheels with different diameter wheels for the front and rear axle. 19-inch for the front wheels 20 and rear-inch, with the tire size 255/35 ZR-19 and 335/30 ZR-20, respectively.
The modular body construction with optimal safety and weight is made of lightweight and durable materials such as aluminum, used for the doors and the bonnet and carbon composite for the rest of the facing. The manufacturer says that the car is already available for order, but the price CTR 3, Ruf is hiding.
Characteristics of Ruf CTR 3
- Engine capacity: 3746 cm3;
- Power: 750 horsepower at 7100 rev / min;
- Torque: 960 Nm at 4000 r / min;
- Acceleration from 0-100 km / h: 3.2 seconds;
- Acceleration from 0-200 km / h: 9.6 seconds;
- Top speed: 380 km / h;
- Consumption in city: 20.0 l / 100 km;
- Consumption on the highway: 9.9 l / 100 km;
- Average fuel consumption: 13.5 l / 100 km;
- CO2 emissions: 311 g / km.