History of Orca
"Orca Engineering" is a manufacturer of sports cars based in Liechtenstein. The company designs and manufactures the Orca platform 113, and a number of models based on it. The company was founded in 2003 by Renee Beck and his son Ralph.
The first model of the brand "Orca" was the coupe S. The machine had a claimed speed of 360 km/h at the maximum. Although it was never officially tested, C113 still is one of the four fastest cars in the world, and takes the bar to 100 km/h in 3 seconds, reaching the 300-mile mark in just 15 seconds.
A little later was created the concept R113, representing a Roadster version of the previous model. It was planned as the fastest in its class, and the manufacturer was going to make the machine able to achieve in just 2.5 seconds speed of 100 km/H. But because of the refusal of the company from the platform 113 to produce the Roadster did not.
In 2013, the company began work on the Beck LM 800. According to the manufacturer, the car will get the engine of Audi Twin Turbo V8, and the weight of the machine will be 900 kg The planned acceleration to 100 km/h - not more than 2.8 seconds, with regard to the maximum speed, it should be around 420 km/H.