The Orca sports car company founded in 2003 may very well be considered a one-hit wonder. Headquartered in Liechtenstein, this family owned company has its origins out of Switzerland and is run by a father and son team, RenÃ© and Ralph Beck.
The SC7 came with an Audi V8 engine producing 850 horsepower, can reach a top speed of 248 mph and able to go from 0 to 60 in 2.6 seconds.
|Vehicle Type: Super Sport Coupe
||Est. Market Price: NA
|Length: 158.3 in. (402 cm)
|Height: 37.8 in. (96 cm)
||Width: 79.5 in. (202 cm)
|Curb Weight: 1874 lbs (850 kg)
||Ground Clearance: NA
|Engine: Audi V8 Twin Turbo Fuel Injection
||Displacement: 4.2 Liter
|Horsepower: 850 HP
||Max RPM: 6500 rpm
|Torque: 738 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm
||Transmission: 6-Speed Sequential
|0-60 mph: 2.6 seconds
||Est. Top Speed: 248 mph (400 km/h)
Orca produced a number of sports cars before the SC7. These include the concept Orca C113 platform and the R113. All in all, Orca engineering produced 7 vehicles since its inception in 2003, three of the C113, two of the R113, and 2 of the SC7. Every one of these clocked 0 to 60 at less than 3 seconds.
Word on the street is that the company is due to come out with the Beck LM800 sometime soon. This has yet to be confirmed.