Comments - Twin-Turbo 911 Celebrates 35 Years of RUF

Published: Jul 27, 2012
Description: The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic cars in automotive history, and RUF has been performing aftermarket work on the rear-engined sports car for 35 years. Its latest take on the new 991-series 91...
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Mark Newfangled Jul 29, 2012
In ANY game. EA owns the rights and are ducks about it. They don't have a single good racing sim or game, yet refuse to license. All car brands someone has an exclusive, but because of EA no Porsche in Forza, iRacing, nothing.
James E Caldwell Jul 27, 2012
RUF modifies the cars to such an extent that they are no longer considered Porsches. That is why you can race a RUF on Grand Turismo 5, yet they could not secure the licensing to have Porsches in the game. Love the car.
Abraham Mendoza Jul 27, 2012
I wouldn't want a Porsche, but I'd love to have a Ruf.
Paul Lissona Jul 27, 2012
Yes I like all generations.
Max Bonds Jul 27, 2012
I'm still so in love with this car.
Dillon Magee Jul 27, 2012
That looks awesome. That color really works.
Nick Schnee Jul 27, 2012
Who cares if it's a 911? All kinds of 911s are awesome.
Tin Nguyen Jul 27, 2012
Beautiful. You will see the beauty of this beast if you're willing to look and accept the fact that it's still the same body with minimal changes since the first 911.
Joe Lamouk Jul 27, 2012
Looks extremely good but for me, the Yellowbird and the CTR2 are still the most beautiful Rufs.
Matt Greenlee Jul 27, 2012
I can dig that car!
Garrett Frye Jul 27, 2012
That's one sexy car
John Serely Jul 27, 2012
That looks amazing!
Paul Lissona Jul 27, 2012
Yah more than that ha.
Description: The finished product cranks up the 911's output to a mind-blowing 630 horsepower and an intimidating 608 pound-feet of torque. Compared to the standard 2012 911 Carrera S, those numbers represen...
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Adithya Chandrasekhar Jul 27, 2012
Reliability and longevity are also important, so i'm guessing that this is presently the best compromise
John Serely Jul 27, 2012
@brandon they have multiple sub-3 seconds cars
Brandon Lidy Jul 27, 2012
Give RUF anther year or so and they'll have something in the 2 second range
John Serely Jul 27, 2012
@erik ya, but those would be much more "hardcore" than this, and would be the "old" ones (997) while this is the 991
Eric Loke Jul 27, 2012
But what would be the cost? If it's gonna cost another carrera s price, might as well get a gt2 or gt3 from the start.
David Pires-Ihsaan Jul 27, 2012
If they did stuff to the turbo.. 0-60 in 2.2 seconds might be achievable.
Description: Those performance figures have been aided by RUF's changes to the car's exterior. Available for both the coupe and convertible 911s, those tweaks include a pair of air intakes on the rear fe...
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Jordan Smith Jul 27, 2012
Look at those hips. It's so wide.
Alex Cameron Jul 27, 2012
Still a sweet ass ride though
Alex Cameron Jul 27, 2012
The colour looks good with the setting it's in, but in an urban setting I don't think it would look as good
Tin Nguyen Jul 27, 2012
The color is unusual for a Porsche, but it does look good. Take a look at the first pic.
Philipp Kentner Jul 27, 2012
I dont like this color, but the car is great!
Nicolai Stålstrøm Dalen Jul 28, 2012
Very nice rear indeed.
Tin Nguyen Jul 27, 2012
The rear does look sweet.
David Liebe Hart Jul 27, 2012
The rear looks so sick
Janak Solanki Jul 27, 2012
Oh that is soooo sweet!
John Serely Jul 27, 2012
Completely agree
David Pires-Ihsaan Jul 27, 2012
Looks so sexy...
Janak Solanki Jul 28, 2012
Understated with massive performance
Buddy Robinson Jul 27, 2012
Love the spoiler
Rusty Green Jul 27, 2012
Very strong design. Great rear valance.
Larry Smith Jul 27, 2012
This looks amazing!
John Serely Jul 27, 2012
Looks gorgeous...
John Serely Jul 27, 2012
Your right, paul. But, they are very, very different, still. Some people say they "look exactly the same", which is just stupid
Paul Lissona Jul 27, 2012
The closer you look the more you see the similarities, I like them tons though.
Tin Nguyen Jul 27, 2012
What an evolution.
Christian De Prisco Jul 27, 2012
Very little changes between those cars ...some people are blind! Seriously, THEY ARE NOT THE SAME
Matthew Crighton Jul 27, 2012
Style never gets old. These things are timeless.
Jordan Smith Jul 27, 2012
It's gorgeous. I'd only change the color, but it still looks good in this color.
Janak Solanki Jul 27, 2012
Wow that is beautiful
Carlton Salmon Jul 27, 2012
I'd rather see the wheels polished than matt green.
Abraham Mendoza Jul 27, 2012
They've been using those rims since forever. Heritage I guess.
Tin Nguyen Jul 27, 2012
Hmmmm.. Don't like the wheels.
Rusty Green Jul 27, 2012
Are those ceramic brakes?
Christian De Prisco Jul 27, 2012
Can I have it like that?