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The 2007 RUF CTR-3 is a German two-door coupé sportscar manufactured by RUF Automobile. The CTR-3 was designed by Bennett Soderberg and is loosely based on the Porsche 987 Cayman and the Porsche 997.1 Turbo. The vehicle was unveiled in 2010 at the Bahrain International Circuit.
Under the hood, the RUF CTR-3 comes equipped with a 3.8L twin-turbo flat-six (similarly to the Porsche models) developing 750 horsepower at 7,100 revolutions per minute.
The RUF CTR-3 appeared in the first installment of The Crew and can be purchased from the Miami car dealer in Florida with either 214,200 bucks or with 67,993 crew credits. It is only one of two cars that can be used to complete the Salt Rocket achievement in-game.
Between December 17th, 2014 and January 6th, 2015, the RUF CTR-3 was part of Xfinity Speed Challenge, a sponsored event by Xfinity in which players were given the chance of winning games and gas money as well as a custom RUF Xfinity edition model.
The Crew 2Edit
The RUF CTR-3 re-appeared in the second installment of The Crew in The Crew 2 with its main model listed as a drift racing car. Interestingly, there is no street-racing version available of this car. A drag racing car variant is also available of the CTR-3.
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