A supercar created by German Porsche tuning company RUF, the CTR "Yellow Bird" is one of their most famous models to date. Released in 1987, the 911 Carrera 3.2-based, 469bhp, daily-driveable beast was crowned as "The Fastest Production Car In The World" by Road & Track magazine with a top speed of 210.6mph. The next year, the Yellow Bird won against then supercar heavyweights the Ferrari F40 and the Porsche 959 with a top speed of 212.5mph. There is only one existing example of the 1987 Yellow Bird left and it is one of the most highly sought-after supercars in the world.

1990 RUF CTR "Yellow Bird"


Cost: €227,033 (US$223,000)
Engine: 3.4L rear-mounted air-cooled DOHC twin-turbo 6-cylinder
Power: 349.7kW (469bhp) @ 5950rpm
Torque: 553.2nm (408ft-lbs) @ 5100rpm
Drive: RWD
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Body: 2-door coupe
Size (LWH): 4290/1775/1311mm (168.9/69.9/51.6in)
Curb Weight: 1379kg (3040lbs)


Acceleration: 0-60mph in 3.9s
1/4 Mile: 11.9s
Top Speed: 334.7kph (208mph)

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