nanoFlowcell Quant F was first shown last year at Geneva. What a difference a year makes apart from being closer to production? In its latest avatar, Quant F wears an evolved design, which is why the car is named nanoFlowcell Quant F Evolution.
nanoFlowcell is unique as it uses ionic fluids to generate charge to power an electric motor. nanoFlowcell Quant F Evolution electric motor delivers a staggering 1,090 hp. Acceleration from 0-62 mph (0 to 100 km/h) takes 2.8 seconds. Top speed is pegged at 174 mph.
The new Quant F and Quantino preview a new battery type still being developed. Nanoflowcell says the product could revolutionise electric cars.
The company views flow-cell tech as having great potential for future sustainable electromobility minus emissions. The battery-powered or fuel cell-powered electric vehicle alternative is range-topping with improved performance. Flow-cell drive system is cost-effective, says the company.
New Quant F electric vehicle is equipped with nanoFlowcell tech. It has a driving range of up to 800 km. Equipped with a new 2-speed automatic transmission, the 5.25-metre e-sports sedan weighs in at 2.3 tonnes, and seats four.
nanoFlowcell AG looks to expand flow cell based activities. Potential applications are diverse, and extend beyond automotive industry use. Research and development activities are directed at other fields and industry sectors too.
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