When a Porsche Turbo S isn’t enough.Built as an homage to the original 1967 Porsche Sicherheitscabriolet (“Safety Cabriolet,” aka Targa), Ruf starts with a 911 Turbo S Coupe and chops the top half off. In its place, a shortened windshield, robust chassis-integrated rollbar, removable 2-piece Alcantara-lined carbon roof and soft-zippered folding polyglass window form the basis of the new silhouette.
Add to this custom aero-enhanced front and rear fascias (with Ruf’s signature intercooler ducts), sport mirrors, fixed carbon wing and a special matte-gray iridescent paint, and you’ve got the short list for why someone would pay €330,000 for this car.

When a Porsche Turbo S isn’t enough.

Built as an homage to the original 1967 Porsche Sicherheitscabriolet (“Safety Cabriolet,” aka Targa), Ruf starts with a 911 Turbo S Coupe and chops the top half off. In its place, a shortened windshield, robust chassis-integrated rollbar, removable 2-piece Alcantara-lined carbon roof and soft-zippered folding polyglass window form the basis of the new silhouette.

Add to this custom aero-enhanced front and rear fascias (with Ruf’s signature intercooler ducts), sport mirrors, fixed carbon wing and a special matte-gray iridescent paint, and you’ve got the short list for why someone would pay €330,000 for this car.

Alois Ruf’s interpretations are the objects of lust.

Alois Ruf’s interpretations are the objects of lust.

The supercar that isn’t
The Porsche 911 Turbo S is an easy car to get groceries or pick up the kids. But drop the hammer from a  stoplight using launch control and you’d better hope there aren’t any  eggs in those grocery bags because you’ll hit 60 mph as quickly as a Bugatti Veyron.

The supercar that isn’t

The Porsche 911 Turbo S is an easy car to get groceries or pick up the kids. But drop the hammer from a stoplight using launch control and you’d better hope there aren’t any eggs in those grocery bags because you’ll hit 60 mph as quickly as a Bugatti Veyron.

Coming at you

Coming at you