THE DENDROBIUM
IS AN ORCHID VARIETY AND MORE,
IT IS AN ELECTRIC HYPERCAR DESIGNED FOR ITS TIME.

Inspired by nature and rooted in technology, the Dendrobium fuses a respect for the environment with a design-driven approach to engineering. The Dendrobium’s design challenges the visual sense of viewers while drawing out intrigue among discerning ones. The delicate marriage of lines and curves casts dramatic shadows, reflecting the soothing texture of aluminium, carbon fibre and glass.

IMPOSSIBILITY TO ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

Our focus on having technology embodied in sculpture is a testament to our endless pursuit of quality in terms of Thought, Design and Build of the Dendrobium.

The Dendrobium has a stand out design, with unique features including an automatic synchronized roof and doors, resembling a fully-opened dendrobium flower, a genus of orchids native to Singapore. The tear drop shape that forms around the cockpit and ends in the tail is a design feature that has remained a key part of Dendrobium from the initial sketches.

The interior is designed for the driver as the absolute centre of attention. Contrasting with the predominantly black carbon fibre interior. The bright red body-hugging sports seats feature stitching and motifs inspired by muscle fibres.

The interior is designed for the driver as the absolute centre of attention. Contrasting with the predominantly black carbon fibre interior. The bright red body-hugging sports seats feature stitching and motifs inspired by muscle fibres.

The Dendrobium is the culmination of a dream.

Our design team has had sketches of an electric hypercar on the drawing board since the mid-90s, but that vision was many years ahead of its time. As electric technology has advanced, we have been able to revisit this vision and now, as we launch our revolutionary global e-mobility strategy, the timing is finally right for us to take the wraps off a halo model.

With the DENDROBIUM,
we set in motion a paradigm shift, from one of impossibility to one of endless possibilities.