Porsche is set to be sued by the daughter of late actor Paul Walker over his death in November 2013.

US media reports suggest that Meadow Walker, the actor's now 16-year old daughter, is filing a law suit for wrongful death. The action alleges that Porsche cut corners in its safety procedures, leading in some part to Walker's death.

Paul Walker, who shot to fame in the Fast and Furious films, was a passenger in a Porsche when his friend, Roger Rodas, was driving. Walker died after the car burst into flames when Rodas crashed into a pole.

A four-month investigation found that the Porsche Carrera GT was travelling at 94mph in a 45mph speed limit. But the lawsuit to be filed by Meadow Walker claims that the car was travelling much slower than that.

According to TMZ, the law suit claims that Walker survived the impact of the crash, but the seatbelt "snapped Walker's torso back with thousands of pounds of force, thereby breaking his ribs and pelvis", causing him to be trapped in the car.

The Los Angeles Times wrote that the legal documents accuses the car of lacking "features that could have prevented the accident or, at a minimum, allowed Paul Walker to survive the crash".

Porsche is yet to respond publicly to the pending law suit.