The third generation of the CTR supercar was unveiled by the RUF Porsche tuning house.
The new RUF CTR 3 has a series of changes compared with the second-generation, which includes a new mid-engined layout, a longer wheelbase and galvanized steel body.
With power coming from the twin-turbocharged 3.8 liter flat-six engine, which has been upgraded to from 690 BHP to 740 BHP at 7.100 rpm, connected to a transversely mounted six-speed transmission, the third generation of CTR can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds stopping at its 236 mph top speed.
The CTR 3 looks and probably feels like it ran out of the race track so the manufacturer fitted it with an integrated roll cage, while the body is made from a space-frame and modular tubular frame.
Customers of the CTR 3 can choose their own interior, which can be totally stripped-out, racecar style, or filled with Alcantara leather.
Even though prices of the new CTR 3 haven’t been yet announced it is expected to be more than the second generation’s 193.000 pounds.