Porsche claim Paul Walker was responsible for his own death
Porsche has claimed that Paul Walker was responsible for his own death in 2013
The Fast and Furious star died in a high-speed crash when he was a passenger in Porsche's 2005 Carrera GT.
Now the manufacturer has responded to Walker's daughter's claims that the carmaker took safety shortcuts.
Following a four-month investigation, Porsche claimed that the actor "voluntarily assumed all risks," by entering the car with driver Roger Rodas - who also died.
Police findings suggest that Rodas was driving at 94mph (151kph) in a 45mph zone in a car that Porsche also claim was 'abused and altered.'
Porsche's defence papers also added: "He chose to conduct himself in a manner so as to expose himself to such perils, dangers and risks, this assuming all the risks involved in using the vehicle.
However, Ms Walker's representative told TMZ in response: "Paul was the passenger in a car that was not designed to protect its occupants, in a crash on a dry, empty straightaway in board daylight and at speeds well below the vehicles advertised capabilities."
Author: Ollie Harvey