Singapore’s first home-grown electric supercar – the Dendrobium – will make its global debut in concept form at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. As a recap, the two-seater, electric hypercar is the work of Vanda Electrics, in association with Williams Advanced Engineering.

The company’s official release did not offer a whole lot of details, but it is claimed to offer the “latest in e-powertrain development.” It was previously reported that the Dendrobium will be propelled by four Yasa electric motors will provide a total output of 1,500 hp and 4,000 Nm of torque. The car is claimed to hit 100 km/h from a standstill in under 2.6 seconds, and hit a top speed of 400 km/h.

The Dendrobium will also feature advanced aerodynamics, lightweight composite structures, as well as the “world’s lowest carbon leather” from Bridge of Weir Leather Company that leaves less of an impact on the environment during production.

In terms of styling, the Dendrobium is as outlandish as you would expect a concept to be, with a pointed nose, large wheel arches and a fighter jet-like cockpit. It also gets automatic roof and doors, which open in a “synchronised, theatrical manner, resembling a fully-opened dendrobium flower, a genus of orchids native to Singapore.” Yes, the car is named after a Singapore orchid.

“Dendrobium is the first Singaporean hypercar and the culmination of Vanda Electrics’ expertise in design and technology. We are delighted to be working with Williams Advanced Engineering, world-leaders in aerodynamics, composites and electric powertrains and Bridge of Weir Leather Company, makers of the finest, lowest-carbon leather in the world,” said Vanda Electrics CEO Larissa Tan.

“The Dendrobium is inspired by nature and rooted in technology, a marriage of design and engineering – I can’t wait to reveal the car to the world in March,” she continued.