The drool-worthy Geneva Motor Show continues with yet another mind-boggling release from Singapore’s Vanda Electrics. It’s a fully electric supercar concept called the Dendrobium, and she’s a powerhouse of an automobile that’s worthy of some serious praise and downright respect.
The concept is powered by a fully electric drive system with stats that can stand-up against any new-school supercar. How does 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds and a top speed of over 200 mph sound? It’s the result of Vanda’s collaboration with the technology division of the Williams Formula One team in the development of the Denodrobium. The release was a bit lacking in details but what we do know about the supercar is that it’s powered by a lithium-ion battery with two electric motors at each axle, a single-speed gearbox and differential at the front, and a multi-speed differential at the rear. The ride also boasts carbon fiber throughout the build, including the central tub structure, is fitted with a wishbone suspension at each end, and speeds along atop a set of Michelin tires wrapped around 20-inch wheels in the front and 21-inch in the rear. Given enough interest, production could start as soon as 2020, but we’ll have to wait and see.