It won’t be long before Singaporeans will be able set their eyes on the country’s first fully electric supercar which will go on display here from mid-September.
The Vanda Dendrobium electric hypercar is back home and can be bought from major parallel importer VinCar for a ballpark figure which is understood to be between two and three million euros, reported The Business Times.
The pricetag may fall depending on how may cars are built when production begins in 2020.
It will be displayed at VinCar’s new showroom at 24 Leng Kee Road, with viewing by appointment.
The Vanda Dendrobium returned home after its debut in the Geneva Motor Show earlier in the year, the Straits Times reported.
Designed by local company Vanda Electrics and jointly developed and built with Williams Advanced Engineering, the Vanda Dendrobium is “the first fully electric supercar in the world, not a hybrid, by a Singapore company” said to VinCar’s managing director Vincent Tan.
The zero-emission carbon fibre car boasts the ability to go from 0 to 96 km/h in a startling 2.7 seconds.
The car has a top speed of over 320 kmh and will be the world’s first car with an automatic synchronised roof and door opening – fully earning its title as a supercar.