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The Vanda Dendrobium has a crazy name and, well, actually, everything about it is pretty wild.
It was developed in part with Williams Advanced Engineering, a division of Williams' Formula 1 team.
Even the wheel design looks like a flower.
The name Dendrobium comes from an orchid native to Singapore, which is where the car was conceived.
When its doors open up, it's supposed to resemble its namesake.
Naturally, it's an electric car.
There are allegedly two gearboxes, one at each axle -- a single-gear unit up front, and a multi-gear unit out back.
There aren't any specifications available regarding its range, though.
It's expected to hit 60 mph in about 2.7 seconds.
I'm a sucker for exposed suspension components.