Dendrobium is an electric hypercar concept of Singapore will be exhibited premiere at the Geneva Motor Show this year. Dendrobium is the outcome of Vanda Electrics and developed jointly by Williams Advanced Engineering. Aside from the first appearance of this announcement, no other details were disclosed by Vanda Electrics. But before this, Dendrobium rumored to be generated by the electric motor of Yasa capable of producing a total power of 1,500 HP and a maximum torque of 4,000 NM. This car also allegedly able to accelerate from 0-100 km / h in just 2.6 seconds before reaching a maximum speed of 400 km / h.
Dendrobium name is taken from the name of orchids of Singapore, by the way, the doors and the roof of the hypercar is designed to be opened simultaneously, depicting dendrobium flowers that are expanding. In addition, the car is also designed with a sharp nose, large wall space and the cockpit like a jet-fighter which can only carry two people.
The design of this Dendrobium also has an aerodynamic function developed and built with lightweight composite structures together “the world’s lowest carbon leather” of Bridge of Weir Leather Company, which is said to be less impact on the environment during the production process.
“Dendrobium inspired by the environment in technology, the combination of design and engineering – I cannot wait to reveal the car to the world in March,” said CEO of Vanda Electrics, Larissa Tan as reported by Autoblog.