RUF Logo
Years Active 1939 - Present
Nationality Flag of Germany Germany
Appears in Gran Turismo 2
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
Gran Turismo Concept
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP
Gran Turismo 5
Gran Turismo 6

RUF Automobile GmbH is a German automobile manufacturer. RUFs are built up from bare, unmarked Porsche bodies and chassis, as opposed to conversions or strip downs of existing Porsche models. When a chassis arrives, RUF builds their own independent work into the car. Because RUF installs many of their own-made parts, the company is recognized as a manufacturer by the German government. Additionally, RUF cars are given their own VINs and other registration numbers. Thus RUF cars are considered production models.

RUF is mostly known for their CTR Yellowbird (1987) and its successor the CTR2 (1995), both of which were known to be the fastest production cars of their times, and RUF is the biggest and most renowned company to make Porsche performance enhancements. RUF has also made a name for itself as an automobile refiner, specialist in vintage restoration and rebuilds of classic RUF and Porsche automobiles. RUF also carries out service and crash repair.

The company first appeared in Gran Turismo 2, and has returned in every main game since, with the exception of Gran Turismo Sport.

In Gran Turismo 5, RUF's are not available as new cars from dealerships but are randomly seen in the Used Cars dealership.

List of carsEdit

Gran Turismo 2Edit

Gran Turismo 3: A-SpecEdit

Gran Turismo ConceptEdit

Gran Turismo 4Edit

Gran Turismo PSPEdit

Gran Turismo 5Edit

Standard carsEdit

Gran Turismo 6Edit

Simple carsEdit

Car List Key Edit

(*) Denotes a car that needs to be unlocked via a race or license

(**) Denotes a special colored version of a car that needs to be unlock via a race

[R] Denotes a racing car

Picture SlideshowEdit

  • RUF CTR 2'96
  • RUF BTR2
  • RUF BTR Type I
  • RUF BTR Type II
  • RUF CTR2 Sport
  • RUF CTR Yellow Bird
  • RUF Turbo-R
  • RUF RGT'00
  • RUF 3400s'00