The first supercar made in Singapore
Dendrobium was the name chosen by Vanda Electronics, a Singaporean electric mobility company, for its first supersport car.
The bolide, developed in partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering, the engineering division of the Formula 1 team, will be officially unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show, in March, presenting a version that is similar to the production car.
The name Dendrobium comes from its car door technology, in which they open synchronously, alike to a Dendrobium orchid, originally from Singapore.
With two seats, the supercar should use composite material for its structure (the pictures suggest carbon fibre) and it will inherit the aerodynamics of the Williams F1.
Engine-wise, right now the only confirmation is that it will be electric, promising numbers close to a speeding F1.
“Dendrobium represents the pinnacle of the Vanda Electrics experience in terms of design and technology, inspired by nature and having its roots in technology: a match made in heaven between design and engineering. I just cannot wait for the car to be revealed to the world in March”, Larissa Tan, Vanda Electrics CEO, said.
On the inside, the Dendrobium uses leather provided by the Scottish of Bridge of Weir.