The brainchild of Singapore electric mobility experts Vanda Electrics, the two-seater all-electric hypercar concept will feature a host of high-tech components.
All of these elements will be encased in an innovative body featuring an automatic roof and doors, which open in to resemble a fully-exposed dendrobium flower, a genus of orchids native to Singapore.
The interior of the Dendrobium concept has been trimmed using Bridge of Weir Leather Company hides, billed as sourcing the best hides from the best heritage breeds. The result, Vanda Electrics claims, is the lowest carbon tannery and leather product in the world.
Indeed the concept marks the latest step in Vanda Electrics’ global strategy to revolutionise zero emissions vehicles, the Dendrobium follows on from a commercial vehicle and e-scooter both launched by the company in recent times.
The Dendrobium will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show at the Palexpo in Geneva between 9 – 19 March.