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Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar from Singapore came to greet the world's future global e-mobility

Tinuku ~ Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar from Singapore is designed to go more than 200 mph (322 km/h) and 0-60 mph acceleration in just 2.7 seconds. Vanda Electrics has showcased Dendrobium design as sports car concept and implement future technologies in the sketch fancy orchids flower at the Geneva Motor Show in 2017.

Tinuku Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar from Singapore came to greet the world's future global e-mobility

Tinuku.com Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar from Singapore came to greet the world's future global e-mobility

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Vanda Electrics, an electric vehicle company based in Singapore, has just launched a brand Dendrobium as first debut in electric hypercar world at the Geneva Motor Show 2017. The special all-electric car concept has two seats and drove at top speed in excess of 322 km/h.

Design combines the roof and doors to open automatically synchronized manner resembling a blooming orchid petals. Unique features to improve access to the cockpit and exterior curved tail section as a protective layer turtles. The cockpit is equipped with modern panel to indicate the status of car batteries and other elements.

Fast car-based aerodynamic curved and has separate parts, the cabin cockpit, front wheels and rear wheels as independent and united stand on the floor. The front part has two columns on left and right to light is vertical line, while at the back has horizontal bar lights that floated elegantly above the tail of car.



Dendrobium has composite monocoque chassis, carbon fiber body panels, carbon ceramic brake discs and calipers lightweight, 20-inch front wheels and 21 inch rear wheels wrapped in high performance tires from Michelin. Lithium-ion batteries use an electric powertrain technology as technical expertise Vanda Electrics. The car is only 1,750 kilograms.

Tinuku Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar from Singapore came to greet the world's future global e-mobility

Tinuku.com Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar from Singapore came to greet the world's future global e-mobility

www.Tinuku.com Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar from Singapore came to greet the world's future global e-mobility

"Our design team has sketched an electric hypercar since the 90s, but the vision requires latest electric technology. We have been able to realize now, launching a global strategy of our e-mobility. Finally the right time for us to come," said Larissa Tan, CEO of Vanda Electric, which has launched Motochimp last year.

Carbon fiber is used extensively, while red sports seats have contrasting shades with an interior dominated by black and white exterior. The driver's seat and passenger use leather material and have stitches in a motif inspired by the muscle curve. Digital dashboard has hexagon buttons as the main theme design.
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