In conjunction with the Singapore Design Week 2018, get an exclusive up-close look at the Vanda Dendrobium – an electric supercar named after a genus of orchids native to Singapore.
Vanda Dendrobium Electric Supercar Showcase
On till Sunday 18 March 2018
10am to 7pm daily
Glass Atrium, Level 2
Held in conjunction with Singapore Design Week 2018
In conjunction with the Singapore Design Week 2018, get an exclusive up-close look at the Vanda Dendrobium – an electric supercar named after a genus of orchids native to Singapore. This is the first public showcase of the Vanda Dendrobium, after it was previously unveiled for private viewing in September 2017, following its debut at the Geneva International Car Show. Conceptualised and designed by Singapore’s very own automotive and battery technology company, Vanda Electrics, the Vanda Dendrobium’s remarkable design incorporates an automatic roof and doors, which open in a synchronised manner resembling a fully-opened dendrobium flower.
Join us and learn more about the innovations and inspirations behind the Vanda Dendrobium and other cutting-edge projects by Vanda Electrics, in two special sharing sessions on 16 and 18 March. Admission to the showcase and talks are free.
Find the Story, Find the Product
Friday 16 March 2018 | 2pm
The Salon, Level 1
Behind every great product is a great story. Homegrown start-up Vanda Electrics shares their inspirations behind the M.A.D projects (Motochimp, Ant Truck, Dendrobium), an introduction to their Advanced Collaboration Development Centre’s framework and methodology, as well as a way of innovation through strategic integrations, and a glimpse into their project development phases.
Sustainable Innovation through Collaboration
Sunday 18 March 2018 | 2pm
The Salon, Level 1
A story of a local start-up whose electric concept hypercar went from drawing board to global launch in 13 months, and of a young team of fresh grads empowered to realise an electric vision of tomorrow 20 years in the making. In this exclusive sharing, Vanda Electrics sheds light on their M.A.D projects (Motochimp, Ant Truck & Dendrobium) and shares more about their concept of innovation through collaboration and the value of a multi-disciplinary team.
About the speaker
May Por, Studio Manager, Vanda Electrics
May Por graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts (Industrial Design) degree. She has had varied experience in the field of product design, graphics design and project management in the past 4 years. She held a key appointment in the Dendrobium Hypercar project, where she manages the design aspects of the project.