Introduced in 2007, the RUF's CTR3, a mid-engine supercar, was designed with a loose base on the Cayman. Its third incarnation, the CTR3 Evo, has taken up the mantle of being the most powerful car ever produced by the German company. The hallmark of this latest version is its updated chassis, a modification of the one used in the 2017 CTR3 Clubsport. It comes with carbon fiber bodywork sporting an active rear spoiler and enhanced aerodynamics, demonstrating a marked shift in design and functionality.
The most striking change in the CTR3 Evo is nestled amidships, where a 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine pairs with a dual-clutch transmission. This all-alloy unit boasts an output of over 800 horsepower, which propels the CTR3 Evo to an impressive top speed of 236 MPH. In terms of its acceleration, the impressive machine can reach 0-60 mph in just 3.2 seconds, underscoring its superior performance capabilities.
The CTR3 Evo is not all brute force; the interior showcases an attractive blend of aesthetics and comfort. The minimalistic interior features analog gauges and carbon fiber racing seats, draped in Alcantara with yellow contrast stitching. While the pricing has not yet been made public, it is anticipated to cross the low seven figures, reflecting its sophisticated specifications. Furthermore, with such high standards, a very limited production run can be expected.