Brad Leach | Mar 13, 2017

The high-tech Dendrobium electric supercar is the work of Singapore-based Vanda Electronics and F1 offshoot Williams Advanced Engineering is behind its four electric motors (two for each axle).

Technology is astounding and straight from the F1 world – a monocoque chassis in composite materials, carbon-fibre bodywork, carbon ceramic brakes, aerodynamic floor, active front splitter and a double rear diffuser.

The doors are a rear-opening butterfly design and the single LED tail-light stretches across the entire rear-end.

While the actual driveline is still under development, plans are for a single-speed differential at the front and a multi-speed transmission and differential at the rear.

Vanda Electrics has plans for zero to 100km/h in 2.7 seconds and a top speed of 320km/h.

Depending on interest from potential customers at the Geneva show, production could commence in 2020.

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