Ruf showed serial version of supercar SCRMarch 11, 2020
The press service of the automaker published photos of the new Ruf SCR model, which turned out to be very similar to the classic Porsche 911. The car has a carbon monocoque and carbon body panels.
The first production prototype of the Ruf SCR supercar finally appeared on official photos after it initially debuted at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show as a concept. The SCR may look like a third-generation Porsche 911 (index 964). The novelty received a fully carbon Ruf chassis with a monocoque and a carbon fiber body with an integrated frame.
The SCR uses a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated six-cylinder engine that develops 503 horsepower at 8270 rpm, and torque is 470 Nm.
Only one 6-speed manual gearbox is offered as a transmission. The SCR weighs 1,250 kg and the coupe can reach a top speed of 320 km / h.
Ruf designers decided to slightly change the look of the classic Porsche 911. The front bumper received large air intakes at the corners and a grille in the center. There are wider wings at the back, similar to those used on the original 911 Turbo (964). The taillights look like classic, but they have added a strip of red LEDs that runs across the width of the rear. There is a small duck spoiler. An oval-shaped outlet extends from each corner of the bumper.
Inside the SCR, there is an old-school dashboard with simple analog displays, and there is no modern digital infotainment system screen. Roof covers the dashboard, door panels, console and seat cushions with dark brown leather. In the center of the seats is checkered fabric.
Ruf does not offer any pricing information for the new SCR, but since it is a carbon fiber sports car, do not expect the car to be affordable.
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