AutoJunk spotted this black-matte Ruf GTR3, and you have to admit it looks pretty amazing! I really want one!
Powering the CTR3 is a twin-turbo 3.8-liter flat six engine pumping out 700 bhp at 7,000 rpm with torque topping out at 657 lb-ft. Drive is sent to the wheels via a rumored seven-speed sequential automatic gearbox that’s said to allow the CTR3 to reach a top speed of 224 mph.
Another world record smashed: the 9ff GT9 hit an incredible speed of 409 km/h becoming the fastest road-going vehicle in the world.
The 9ff GT9 accelerates to 100 km/h in only 3.4 seconds, to 200km/h in only 8.2 seconds and the digital display of the instrument panel shows the 300 km/h in unbelievable 16.4 seconds. The source of power for this overwhelming power is a modified motor from the Porsche 996 Turbo.
The water-cooled 6-cylinder horizontally opposed engine with 4 liters cubic capacity and dry sump is equipped with two exhaust twin turbo chargers, titanium connecting rods, forged pistons and a 24 carat hard gold plated induction plate. Thereby, the high-tech aggregate achieves sensational 987 PS / 726 kW at 7,850 r.p.m. The maximum torque of 964 Nm is reached at 5,970 r.p.m.
Finally! The Bugatti Veyron found its competitor: the 9ff GT9 ! The GT9 is a supercar based on the Porsche 911 GT3 , but don’t let yourself foolished about this comparison, the vehicle shares only 2% of its components. The engine was modified and moved in the middle of the car due to the better weight distribution.
Powered by a 4-liter flat six twin turbo engine capable of developing 987 hp you might believe that the performances of the vehicle are astonishing...well they aren’t! The 9ff GT9 is capable to sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 4.2 seconds, with 0.9 seconds slower than the Sportec SP600 and over 1.7 seconds than the Bugatti Veyron . The sprint might be slower but the top speed of the car is 409 km/h, with over 3 km/h faster than the Veyron.
The price of the car? $854,000 or half of the Bugatti Veyron price, which costs approximately $1,700,000. One thing is for sure: the 9ff GT9 will definetely be more exclusive than the Veyron due to the limited production of just 20 units.
The 911 Turbo by 9ff has a maximum power of 910 hp and a peak torque of 672 lbs-ft. The 0 to 60 mph sprint is made in just 3.1 seconds and can reach a top speed of 243 mph due to a modified double-clutch gearbox. The Convertible version has an output of 780 hp and a top speed of 237 mph.
Bugatti Veyron really got in trouble with the latest addition from the 9ff: the GT9, a Porsche that can reach a top speed of more than 400 km/h (248 mph). The GT9 is based on the 911 GT3 with only two parts remaining from the original car. The car is entirely made of carbon and wood. The GT9 was stretched by 30 centimeters and the roof was lowered by 12 centimeters. 9ff’s target is to reach at least 407 km/h (252 mph). The GT9 will be limited to only 20 copies, each priced at 476.000 (...) More
Porsche has just launched the new 997 Turbo Convertible, a 480 hp sports car. But for some of the guys who wants to experience the pleasure of driving at more than 400 km/h, like 9ff tuner, is never to soon to start working on your dream. This is why, 9ff has announced that they will unveil a high-performance tuning pack for the 997 Turbo Convertible. The 9ff Turbo Convertible will use the same package used in the 911 Coupe and will also use some of the technology used in the kit for (...) More
The VOX magazine Auto Motor und Sport tv and 9ff will change a VOLKSWAGEN Golf 1.9 TDI to a low energy vehicle. “We want to show, like with a series vehicle the fuel consumption are reduced clearly ”, explained Volker Groth, editorship leader of Auto Motor und Sport tv. The change may impair neither the road performance nor the security of the still most popular automodel of the Germans. Auto Motor und Sport tv will document the change of the vehicle starting from 6.Mai ´07, in ten (...) More
SSC is not the only one trying to beatt Bugatti Veyron’s top speed record. 9ff, the German tuner is also working on a 900 hp mid-engined supercar loosely based on the 911 that is hoped to achieve 254 mph. The car is currently being assembled at 9ff’s impressive new factory in Dortmund, Germany, in time for the annual Auto Motor und Sport top speed shoot-out at the Nardo test track. The car, called GT9 is powered by a 4.2-litre flat-six that will produce ’at least 910, possibly 950bhp’ (...) More