German tuner, RUF, unveiled the RT-35 to celebrate its 35th anniversary. Now, for the 2013 Geneva Motor Show the package has been transformed into the RT-35s - a kit that adds even more power and an updated look.

While the standard version delivered a total of 630 horsepower, the new RT-35s is based on the new-generationPorsche 991 and delivers an extra 20 horsepower. The model is also equipped with a seven-speed manual gearbox. We are not very sure if the extra power made any improvements on the car’s performance figures, but a 205 mph top speed is already quite enough for a Porsche 911.

For the exterior, the new RT-35s received a new front spoiler and a standard Porsche “ducktail” that offers double downforce. As with most other tuning kits, the new RT-35s is offered with new wheels to help lighten the unsprung weight and add a little more rubber-to-road contact. The car is painted yellow, which a tribute to the first Porsche tuned by RUF. For the interior, the tuner added a new roll cage and an Alcantara trim.

  • 2013 Porsche 911 RT-35s by RUF
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    flat-6
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    605
  • Displacement:
    3.8 L
  • 0-60 time:
    3 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    205 mph
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6 comments:

  (548) posted on 04.12.2013

The car looks very nice. I did not know that the yellow car will look stunning like this car. But I find the back of the car as weird because it reminds me of a racing car with design like that.

  (346) posted on 03.13.2013

yeah, right! those extra 20 horsepower make a great difference, isn’t it?!

  (349) posted on 03.13.2013

To be sincere, I must see both models to tell you the differences between them...

  (341) posted on 03.13.2013

I like this brand cause they didn’t change too much their models and I still can see the original elements.

  (397) posted on 03.13.2013

Not a fan of the gender, but I like yellow and this model looks nice in yellow.

  (377) posted on 03.13.2013

Ducktail?! I had no idea that it is called like this. Funny!

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