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Before you ask, yes the Orca C113 was named after the famous whale and yes, it could be the only supercar to hail from Lichtenstein. Well, it's not actually from Lichtenstein, but the company's investors sure are. The car itself is a Swiss concoction with yet another souped-up Audi 4.2-liter V8 cranking out 650bhp and 664ft/lbs of torque. The prototype was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2003, and the first production cars hit pavement in 2004. With underpinnings of aluminium, magnesium and titanium, and carbon-kevlar body panels, the entire car weighs an un-whalelike 850kg, and comes in coupe and roadster versions. Less-potent models, which use Volvo's 2.3-liter T5 turbo engine, can be had for a slightly smaller fortune. Click through for more pics.

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