Twin turbo Audi
@ 5400 rpm
Swiss-made Orca C113 is claimed to be capable of 224 mph powered
by a twin turbo
641bhp, 664lb ft Audi 4.2 V8.
The Orca C113 was first seen in prototype form at the prestigious
Geneva Motor Show in 2003. The company then moved to Liechtenstein
while searching for investors before starting production.
The Orca C113 is constructed from lightweight materials including
aluminium, magnesium and titanium, it has carbon-kevlar body
panels and total weight is around 850kg. Orca intends to produce
around 10-15 hand-build cars a year, offering both coupe and
roadster bodystyles. The coupe C113's feature Lamborghini-like
Suspension on the C113 is handled by double wishbones front
and rear with coil springs and alloy uprights. All suspension
parts are made of aluminum by CNC machining and are covered
with a layer of carbon fiber. Ventilated and cross-drilled carbon
composite brakes on all four corners are grabbed by eight-piston
If 641 bhp is too much for you, Orca offers a diet version of
the C113 powered by a Volvo T5 2.3 litre turbo engine.