Nearly four years after the shocking sudden death of Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker, the late star’s daughter has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with Porsche.

Walker died in November 2013 at the age of 40 in a car accident alongside his friend, Roger Rodas, who was driving the Porsche Carrera GT. Rodas lost control of the sports vehicle as they were driving in Santa Clarita, California.

Law enforcement ruled that the car was travelling at nearly 90 mph to have lost control, but the lawsuit alleged that it might have been going at as little as 63 mph due to inherent safety flaws. It also claimed that a “defective” seat belt may have prevented Walker from escaping the car before it burst into flames, killing him.

Paul WalkerPaul Walker died in November 2013

"The bottom line is that the Porsche Carrera GT is a dangerous car,” said Jeff Milam, the lawyer for Walker’s teenage daughter Meadow, back in 2015. “It doesn't belong on the street. And we shouldn't be without Paul Walker or his friend, Roger Rodas.”

Now, in court documents obtained by The Blast on Wednesday (October 25th), it has been confirmed that a settlement has in fact been reached between Porsche and Walker's daughter, though the details and exact amounts are confidential.

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Early in 2016, Rodas’ estate placed $10.1 million in trust for Meadow Walker, in an admission of partial responsibility for the crash itself, though it “covers a fraction of what her father would have earned as an international movie star had his life not tragically been cut short.”

At the time of the lawsuit’s launch in September 2015, lawyers for Walker’s estate claimed the Porsche Carrera GT model “lacked safety features… that could have prevented the accident or, at a minimum, allowed Paul Walker to survive the crash.”

The suit alleged that Porsche knew that the specific car in Paul's case “had a history of instability and control issues.” The car manufacturers, however, reportedly “failed to install its electronic stability control system, which is specifically designed to protect against the swerving actions inherent in hyper-sensitive vehicles of this type.”

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