DENDROBIUM D-1 EV HYPERCAR
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The Dendrobium D-1 EV hypercar designed by Vanda Electrics in the 1990’s is inspired by the Dendrobium orchid, The Bio-Aerial Locomotion door and roof opening system unfurl just like the orchid. The Williams Engineered Dendrobium D-1 is made of lightweight composites and alloys resulting in a target weight of only 1,750kg (3,858lbs). The frame is designed around Denborium’s “unique Protocell carbon tub.”
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