At first glance, the RUF SCR resembles a Porsche 911 although it bears some remarkable resemblance such as a retractable rear wing, like that found on modern 911 Carreras and the 911 GT3 Touring. Nonetheless, this is largely a reincarnation of a car that was first unveiled in 1978 and now comes with cutting-edge all-around advancements.
The RUF carries with it a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated flat-six producing 503 horsepower (375 kilowatts) and 347 pound-feet (470 Newton-meters) of torque. Only a manual six-speed gearbox is available.
At just 2,755 pounds, this machine is able to easily hit its top speed of 320 kph. RUF surprisingly brought a CTR to the 2017 Swiss motor show. The 2019 SCR boasts of an around a full carbon fiber monochrome chassis.
When it comes to the United States, it is expected to cost up to the tune of $800 000. The RUF is making all effort to comply with US rules.
Ruf has proven to be extremely independent-minded in regards to car creations. They come out as impressive and unique with the ability to take on some of the most established brands.
In summary, this RUF SCR has three things that make it stand out high-tech carbon fiber construction, a manual gearbox, and atmospherically natural responsive engine. It is a truly intriguing undertaking that has elicited the interest of analysts, gear-heads and ordinary folks.
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