9ff – Everything You Need To Know

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In this article, I will cover everything you need to know about 9ff, from important dates, locations, and even current and discontinued models.

So here is everything you need to know about 9ff:

different 9ff models on display in front of the 9ff headquarters

Who Was The Founder Of 9ff?

9ff was founded in 2001 by Jan Fatthauer in Germany.

In 2013 9ff filed for bankruptcy, but the same year, 9ff engineering GmbH started up.

What Does 9ff Specialize In?

9ff produces unique versions of specific Porsche models and multiple tuning parts for numerous years of Porsche models.

Here is a taste of what 9ff is capable of doing to a normal Porsche 997 911; watch it accelerate all the way to 241 MPH (388 KPH) with ease:

2000HP Porsche 9ff Acceleration 0-388 - GT2 Turbo Extreme Fast Top Speed

Where Is The 9ff Headquarters Location?

9ff Headquarters are situated in Rüdigerstrasse 3, Dortmund, Germany.

Dortmund is in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and is the third largest city.

How Many Employees Does 9ff Have?

The total number of employees at 9ff is estimated to be less than 25.

Who Is The Current CEO Of 9ff?

The current CEO of 9ff is Jan Fatthauer, who is also the founder of the company.

white 9ff GTurbo on an old industrial park
9ff GTurbo


Current Models


Discontinued Models

CT 78TR1000
GT 63

9FF In Motorsport

9FF is known to build great handling cars, but their true colors shine in land speed records.

  • 2004 the 9ff 6T set the record for the fastest Porsche on the Nardo Ring in Italy, reaching 231 MPH (372 KPH)
  • 2005 the 9ff V400 broke that record for the fastest road-legal car reaching 241 MPH (388 KPH).
  • 2006 they also broke the record for the fastest street-legal convertible with the 9ff TRC-85 by reaching 236.4 MPH (380.5 KPH).
  • 2007 they claimed the record for the fastest car running on alternative fuels with their 9ff CT 78 running on bioethanol and reaching a top speed of 216 MPH (347 KPH).
  • 2008 they became the record holder for the fastest street-legal car in the world, with the 9ff GT9 reaching a speed of 254.1 MPH (409 KPH).
  • 2009 they broke the record for using alternative fuels again with the 9ff GT 63 at 215.6 MPH (347 KPH)
  • 2009 the 9ff TR1000 became the fastest Porsche in the world and reached a top speed of 243.4 MPH (391.7 KPH) on the Papenburg racing circuit.
  • 2011 9ff set out to break the alternative fuel record again with the GTurbo900 by reaching a speed of 239.8 MPH (386 KPH).
  • 2013 they set the record for the fastest acceleration from 0 to 186.4 MPH (0 to 300 KPH) at 13 seconds with the 9ff GTronic.
  • 2013 9ff broke the record again for the fastest production car with the 9ff GT9 Vmax with over 1400HP and reached a speed of 271.5 MPH(437 KPH).
  • 2013 the held the title for the fastest 997 911 Porsche with a bolt-on turbo kit at 233.6 MPH (376 KPH)
  • 2018 the 9ff GTronic broke the record for the quickest accelerating 991 911 Porsche at 13.1 seconds to 186.4 MPH (300 KPH).
  • 2020 the 9ff GTurbo was the fastest 997 911 Porsche on the half mile.
1000HP boxer 6 cylinder 9ff tuned porsche engine
1000HP plus Porsche boxer six engine tuned by 9FF

Final Thoughts On 9ff

While being a tiny car manufacturer and modifier of Porsches, 9ff has cemented its name in the history books with its speed records and excellent craftsmanship.

Hopefully, you found the article interesting and answered all your questions about 9FF.


How Much Does A 9FF Car Cost?

The 9ff Gturbo has over 1,200HP, and a top speed of 245.4 MPH (395 KPH) has a starting price of $400,000.
The more track-focused 9ff GTronic, with its massive rear wing and a 0-60 MPH dash of 2.5 seconds, will set you back $303,260.
The speed record holding 9ff GT9-R can be yours with the full 1,400HP and cost you $1,100,000.

Is A Porsche 911 Faster Than A Lamborghini?

Comparing the latest 992 911 Porsche Turbo with the latest Lamborghini Aventador LP780-4, the Porsche accelerates faster to 60 MPH at 2.7 seconds compared to the Lamborghini, which does it in 2.8.
The Lamborghini does have a faster top speed at 220.6 MPH (355 KPH) compared to the 911 Turbo at 205 MPH (330 KPH).