German company RUF developed the Rodeo concept, an all-wheel-drive carbon fiber safari vehicle based on the classic Porsche 911 safari rally car.
Alois Ruf, Jr. has a long relationship with the Porsche 911. In 1983, the RUF BTR was manufactured – the first sports car with a RUF chassis number – a 3.4-liter turbo engine with 374 horsepower and a five-speed gearbox that could also be ordered in the narrow 911 Carrera body. In 1987, the RUF CTR, based on an ordinary Porsche 911, ran at 211 mph on a test track, making it the fastest production car on Earth.
RUF has now introduced the RUF Rodeo concept, an all-wheel-drive carbon fiber chassis safari vehicle based on the classic Porsche 911 safari rally car.