December 22, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
A wondrous white RUF GT2 super car, Spotted in China in a super car dealer at the Beijing Tuning Street. The completely mad RUF GT2 is based on the slightly less mad 997 Porsche GT2, which was a hard core variant of the crazy 997 Porsche 911 Turbo. This particular car was painted in virgin white and sexed up even further by an all-black finish; including the air intakes, the rims around the head lights, the windows, and the racy 5-spoke alloys.
December 16, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
Got hit by a serious Yellow Ass Super Car Fever in China after I met these two monsters at a super car dealer on the Beijing Tuning Street. To the left a DMC Lamborghini Aventador LP-900 SV Roadster and to the right a RUF CTR3. Two of the wildest cars on earth, and the shop wisely had a giant black Ford F-650 pickup truck parked in front to prevent these monsters going for a speedy ride at night.
February 7, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The RUF CTR3 supercar has been launched on the Chinese car market where it was eagerly awaited by buyers and fans alike. Price is an inmense 5.5 million yuan or 881.000 USD. A lot of cash but it will sell. China likes RUF, earlier on the the German tuner launched the China-only RUF XL stretched Panamera. Read more »
January 26, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
On XX we were the very first to bring out the story of the China-only RUF XL, a Porsche Panamera stretched by 40 centimeters exclusively for the limousine-orientated Chinese car market. The story went further via Jalopnik and TTAC and has since been all over the internet.
Today we bring you the first pics of the interior and this Porsche sure loox like a comfortable place to smoke a cigar, play some kitties and tell the driver to take it easy, or to go like stink…
January 13, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
The iconic German Porsche-tuner RUF is coming to China, aiming at the very rich with fast exclusive cars. The Chinese market however favors SUV’s and limousines above ultra-speed sportscars that RUF is famous for.
Until now, that is. RUF developed two cars especially for the Chinese market: the RUF XL and the RUF Freiheit. The RUF XL is a stretched Porsche Panamera, the Freiheit is a dressed-up SUV based on the Porsche Cayenne. A closer look at these two interesting vehicles: