The article is making a big deal about the 1500HP. Why are they not talking about the torque. The earth bending, face ripping torque of 2950 ftlbs pf torque. The article claims it has 4000NM of torque. Coverts to 2950 ft lbs of torque. I can't even imagine that. How in the hell do you design a tire to withstand that? You would have to wear a GSuit from a fighter jet just to stomp the pedal! http://www.gizmag.com/singapore-dendrobium-hypercar-electric/41979/ Singapore's first home-grown hypercar is in development by a new company called Vanda Electric. The Dendrobium, named for a Singaporean orchid, is an ambitious project that's projected to make some 1,500 horsepower, 4,000 Nm of torque and a blistering 0-100 km/h time around 2.6 seconds. With the Williams Advanced Engineering team on board and some SG$10 million in capital behind it, it looks likely that we'll get our first glimpse of a full-sized prototype in Geneva in 2017.