An Awesome Hyper Car made a Debut in Geneva
As the place where more cars are making their mark and showing up to debut what we’ll want to see on the market we’ve seen a ton of great supercars that have cross the stage in Geneva. Something has to be special for a relatively unknown name to make it to this show and be something we want to talk about and the Dendrobium from Vanda Electrics is a car that certainly gives us a great look and some impressive features that have made it worthy of at least one discussion.
The Dendrobium was developed in Singapore by Vanda Electrics with the help of Williams Advanced Engineering and is made to give you a power number that reaches 1,000 horsepower and the ability to reach sixty mph in only 2.7 seconds. These are impressive numbers to admire, but the fact is this car is one that offers us something more interesting than most other cars that we’ve seen cross the stage. This car is a high performance halo project for the Vanda Electrics company and could be put into production if the car receives the positive feedback from the Geneva Motor Show where it has debuted.
The Dendrobium is easily a hypercar and offers an advanced door function that no other car has on the market yet. This car has a synchronized mechanism that opens both doors at the same time in a dramatic fashion. These doors lift and move away from the car and out of the way so that you and your date can exit with ease and without the door being in the way at all. This door mechanism was inspired by the orchids of the same name that are native to Singapore which is easily one of the most impressive ways to have a door open and honor this flower.
The build of this car features a composite monocoque chassis, carbon fiber body panels, carbon ceramic brakes, disc calipers, 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels and the goal of reaching a weight that comes in around 3,858 pounds. This impressive hypercar is one that is built to push the boundaries of development of an electric performance car. This car offers the aerodynamic and lightweight build that would be impressive for anyone that makes a difference on the track or when you want to pull up at an event.
The new Dendrobium is a car that may never make it to the production line for the world to enjoy but at least Vanda Electrics brought it to the Geneva Motor Show to give us a look at a car that’s inspired by a beautiful flower. This is a car that we might get to see on the market as an electric car that will be able to reach impressive speeds. Hopefully the reaction in Geneva was strong enough to make the company decide this car is able to be offered on the market and given a chance for those who want an electric hypercar in their collection.