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RUF Automobile, a distinguished German car manufacturer, stands apart in the realm of automotive engineering, renowned for its high-performance vehicles. Founded in 1939 by Alois Ruf Sr. in Pfaffenhausen, Germany, the company originally started as a service garage and later evolved into a full-fledged manufacturer. The transformative journey from a humble garage to a powerhouse in car manufacturing began in earnest in 1974 under the leadership of Alois Ruf Jr., who shifted the business focus towards high-performance cars.

The brand first gained international acclaim with the RUF CTR Yellowbird in 1987, a car that not only set records but also redefined sports car capabilities with its astounding performance metrics, including a top speed of 213 mph, making it one of the fastest cars of its time.

Today, RUF continues to excel in the automotive world, known for its bespoke automobiles that blend state-of-the-art technology with classic car craftsmanship. Each model is a testament to RUF’s enduring commitment to performance and innovation, keeping the company firmly at the forefront of the automotive industry. Despite the competitive market, RUF’s dedication to quality and performance ensures its place as a leader in the production of unique, high-performance vehicles.

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