Dendrobium (nee Vanda), has brought its D-1 electric supercar to England for the first time. The supercar comes from Singapore-based Vanda, but the D-1 will be a British-built machine, and the car made its debut in the country at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England.

The debut took place during 2018 Salon Privé garden party event where guests received their first look at the British-built supercar. The Singapore-based company has teamed up with Williams Advanced Engineering to bring the model to life after decades. It’s more than likely Williams will be responsible for production, too.

Dendrobium claims the electric supercar will pack 1,800 horsepower and 1,475 pound-feet of torque, though it hasn’t spilled details on the battery pack just yet. The car’s electric driving range and charging are also two unknowns, but Dendrobium said the battery will be a lithium-ion unit. Two onboard electric motors will send the D-1 from 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds and its top speed will be in excess of 200 mph.

All of the battery components will make for a rather hefty production car, though. Even with a carbon-fiber tub and plentiful use of the material elsewhere in the supercar, the D-1 will tip the scales at around 3,858 pounds.

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The radical exterior design is meant to mimic a Dendrobium orchid native to the company’s home country. Specifically, the doors and roof opening were designed to mirror the way the flower’s petals open. Inside, the radical theme continues with the driver as the main focus. Edgy shapes and hard lines fill the cabin, and stitching is meant to recall human muscle fibers—nothing but the most strange for an oddball supercar.

Dendrobium and Vanda originally said 2020 would see the start of D-1 production, but it’s unclear if the company will stick to the timeline. It’s offered no mention of production details since the car’s debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, but at the British event, the company said to stay tuned for more big news leading up to a production date.