The Singaporean firm takes advantage of its first Geneva show to take the temperature. If all goes well, this concept should result in a model produced in a small series of twenty to thirty copies by 2020.
If the style should not change much, Vanda is still working on its technology. The Asian company has joined forces with some prestigious partners such as Williams Engineering.
The information on this car is still very few but it is already known that it weighs 1750 kg and that it carries the 0 to 100 km / h in 2.7 s for a maximum speed of 320 km. The exact power is not yet communicated but it should be higher than 1000 horses.
To achieve this performance, the Dendrobium D1 has 4 electric motors, one for each wheel, the power of which has not been communicated. There is also no indication of battery type, capacity or estimated battery life.
The Dendrobium D1 is above all a concept designed to make known the company Venda Electrics and its CEO told the press that the production of the car was not yet decided. A priori, he expects to see the reactions on the Geneva show to decide to produce it in small series, at a price estimated at more than one million euros.