The fierce supersport cars apparently aren't fierce enough. More and more hypercars appear lately and one of them is also the all-electric concept the Dendrobium by Vanda Electrics, making its global debut at this March's Geneva Motor Show.

According to news from Singapore, the latest e-powertrain technology (of which no specifics were given yet) will be hidden under a striking exterior of a two-seater with an automatic roof and doors, which open in a synchronized, theatrical manner. Once fully-opened, the vehicle's shape is said to resemble the dendrobium flower, a genus of orchids native to Singapore.

The interior will be dressed in the finest Scottish leather from Bridge of Weir Leather Company, while the car's aerodynamics and technology will stem from the carmaker's cooperation with Williams Advanced Engineering, a renowned specialist in race-bred aerodynamics, composites, batteries and electric drivetrains.

Jan. 18, 2017 Driving photo: Vanda Electrics

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