An electric-powered supercar made by a Singaporean company called 'Vanda Dendrobium' and leads its international debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2017 in March 2017. The car is produced by Vanda Electrics owned Wong Fong Engineering Works.
As we've published previously, that the supercar will use the lithium ion batteries are also used in Formula-E cars to drive its four Yasa electric motors with the power ranging from 90 to 100 kWh.
|A company from Singapore called Vanda Electric is developing an electric hypercar called the Dendrobium, which is expected to produce 1,500 hp of power and 4,000 Nm torque. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1f67xt)|
As reported by The Straits Times on October 15, 2016, Larissa Tan, CEO of Vanda Electrics who said that the car will be produced in the span of 18 months after its debut in Geneva next year. With the number of cars produced between 10 to 20 units and all use of the right-sided steering.
|Vanda Electrics chief executive Larissa Tan seated in the space frame of the Vanda Dendrobium sports car. The car is named after an orchid because of the way its doors and roof open for easy access. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1f50jT)|
The car is undergoing some changes compared to the first concept model was introduced in February 2016. Among other things, the exterior design is not too curved like the concept model. But the main design concept still carries the sport theme with an aerodinamic line. This car will make uses a combination of carbon fiber and steel materials.
So far, no specifications were disclosed, but the car is expected could be accelerate from 0-100 kilometers per hour in less than 3 seconds and has a top speed of over 250 kph. While the cruising distance of the car can reach 320 km for a single charges.
If you feel curious. Let's wait for its appearance in Geneva next year. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VANDA ELECTRICS | THE STRAITS TIMES]
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