Ruf 911 Roadster


Porsche is known for have several variations of its acclaimed 911. Variations like the Sport Classic and the Speedster are only examples of the kind of inspiration that can be drawn from older 911s. Now, Ruf tuning house has created a new option for us to marvel at. The Ruf Roadster takes inspiration from the 1967 911 Targa. It features a solid roll bar that offers the structural rigidity of a coupe, but also configurations that make topless driving a remarkable experience.

Roof panels and rear windows have been designed to be removed separately, allowing the Ruf Roadster to be driven with the roof open and the rear closed, the rear open and the roof closed, or completely open or closed! You can even take one of the split roof panels off to allow sunshine in. With a starting price of $275,000, this roadster is bound to break the bank.

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