In 1986, RUF stormed to worldwide attention with the CTR "Yellowbird" when it beat the Porsche 959, Ferrari F40, and the world's best sports cars in a test by Road & Track. Considered a manufacturer in its own right by the German government, RUF's latest piece of Porsche brilliance is the SCR. A completely custom-made carbon fiber monocoque chassis is cloaked in carbon fiber bodywork that mimics the classic 993-era 911. A RUF-developed 4-liter flat-six makes 503 horsepower and 347 lb-ft of torque mated to a six-speed manual, giving the SCR a top speed of 199 MPH with carbon-ceramic brakes providing massive stopping power. The interior is swathed in leather and classic plaid, with plenty of exposed metal and carbon fiber to reinforce the SCR's sporting intentions. The SCR is available for order now, with pricing available upon request.