The RUF CTR 3 is a car featured in the Asphalt series.
The RUF CTR 3 was released 20 years after the original RUF CTR, on April 11, 2007 at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain, and 12 years after the CTR 2. Continuing the RUF tradition of enhancing Porsche automobiles, the CTR 3 shares both the body panels and engine from Porsche. For the first time, however, it features a RUF-designed body built on a dedicated platform, reflecting the "classic" visual feel of older Porsche sports cars. Additionally, RUF adpoted the Porsche Cayman's mid-engine layout for the new car, rather than the traditional rear-engine layout of the previous CTR models (CTR and CTR 2). Built out of steel, aluminum, and kevlar-carbon, the car altogether weighs 1,375 kg (3,031 lb). The engine of the CTR3 is a Porsche derived 3.8 L flat-6 paired with twin KK&K turbochargers; this means the CTR3 produces 515 kW (691 hp) at 7,000 rpm, and has a maximum torque of 890 N·m (660 lb·ft).
As for performance, the RUF CTR 3 has a top speed of approximately 233 mph, and accelerates from 0–60 mph in 3 seconds.
For the 2012 model, the engine has been upgraded to 552 kW (740 hp) and 960 N·m (710 lb·ft). The Clubsport package, which is available since 2012, boosts the power and torque to 572 kW (767 hp) and 980 N·m (720 lb·ft). All can be ordered with 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
The RUF CTR 3 is a Tier 7 vehicle. It requires 255 stars to unlock and costs 510,000 Cash.
The RUF CTR3 costs 175,000 to purchase and 417,500 to max out. It has a starting rank of 1506 and a maximum rank of 1616. It has a very slow acceleration and a weak and inefficient nitro, although its efficiency is better than that of the RUF RT 12 S. For a starter's Class S car, however, top speed is decent, but not the best. It also has good handling, being capable of drifting well. But due to its bad nitro and acceleration, this car is often not recommended. As such, it is more recommended to buy better rounded cars like the GTA Spano or Ferrari FXX Evoluzione.