Do you remember the nanoFlowcell company which emerged towards the end of 2013 and released the first two vehicles of the QUANT range? Now, the innovative research and development brand is set to continue its mission with the release of another car and the addition of a better variant of the QUANT F.

The brand new EV is called QUANTiNO and it is too equipped with nanoFlowcell powertrain. The vehicle will be premiered in Geneva, and then it will take part in pre-production tests during the first half of 2016. There are no plans of large production run.

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QUANTiNO

Yes, we have seen the QUANTiNO in a concept variant, and it was too premiered at the Geneva Motor Show. However, the production version has been completely revised. As a low-voltage car, it has been actually rated at just 48 volts. In addition, it can produce up to 109 HP (80 kW) metric split between four electric motors. They drive all four wheels.

2015 nanoFLOWCELL QUANTiNO Concept, 1 of 2
2015 nanoFLOWCELL QUANTiNO Concept, 2 of 2

QUANT FE

nanoFlowcell QUANT FE

Next, the QUANT FE is an evolution of the well known QUANT F model. However it is thoroughbred sports car with a coupe-like design, offering seats for four occupants (2+2) design. Just like the QUANT F, the FE is equipped with the same drivetrain producing the outrageous 1090 HP (801 kW). They help the electric street racer accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in mere 2.8 seconds.

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The energy needed for this is produced by the onboard power plant in a sustainable and toxicologically completely harmless process. If you have figured it already out, the E in the name QUANT FE stands for Evolution, showing the advancement in the development of the car. There has been a complete revision of the interior done too, but any other details are scarce.

Stay tuned, more information coming prior Geneva Motor Show.

nanoFlowcell QUANT F Concept , 1 of 3
nanoFlowcell QUANT F Concept , 2 of 3
nanoFlowcell QUANT F Concept , 3 of 3

Source: nanoFlowcell