Electric supercar? Ever since Rimac made that astonishing Concept_One and Tesla proved to the world it can manage with the four door saloon capable of beating supercars, we tried to imagine what kind of electric supercar should we get. And a startup in the world of car Vanda gave us an insight into what could become an amazing piece of electric car history. This is the Vanda Dendrobium – an electric supercar caught on video for the first time ever. You have to like it.
Yes, we have seen it at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show but no one really believed it will ever fit the streets with its magnificence. But it did. At least for now.
The car itself entertains a possibility of the all-electric hypercar. This, however, should not be just another startup we’ll never hear about again. After all, the car you are seeing in these pictures has been developed in conjunction with Williams Advanced Engineering.
You know, guys who made F1 cars.
That is not all though.
The Dendrobium makes do with a carbon rich construction so it keeps the weight at a fairly low (for an all-electric hypercar) 3,858 lbs.
“Following the Vanda Dendrobium’s debut at the Geneva motor show, and head-turning appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Vanda Electrics has received a number of advanced orders for its all-electric hypercar – the Dendrobium.”
The car should have some remarkable performance figures to demonstrate – 0-60 miles per hour (0-96 kilometers per hour) in 2.7 seconds and go on to a top speed of over 200 mph (322 kph).
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