“This car is a sensation and will be one of the absolute highlights at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show,” proclaims Prof. Jens Ellermann, president of the doard of directors at nanoFlowcell AG.
It’s a big call, but he may well be onto something here. Let us explain. NanoFlowcell is bringing its QUANTiNO concept to the Geneva Motor Show next month, a vehicle that the company claims can hit 200km/h, with a range of over 1000km.
Measuring 3.91 meters in length, the 2+2-seater rides on 22-inch wheels with a striking design. Two separate 175-litre tanks contain a negative and positive charged ionic liquid, which gives the QUANTiNO the ability to translate low voltage (48 volts) into impressive performance and an almost unbelievable range.
“Low-voltage systems are an ideal match for our nanoFlowcell. By combining the two, we can exploit substantial range potential and advantages for our electric vehicles,” notes nanoFlowcell AG’s chief technical officer Nunzio La Vecchia.
The QUANTiNO utilises a low-voltage drive system in combination with its nanoFlowcell technology. In the past, low voltage systems have been used for golf carts and mobility scooters; nanoFlowcell now claims it has achieved some seriously impressive results from the QUANTiNO concept.
“The QUANTiNO is an electric vehicle for everyone. Affordable and featuring an extravagant, unique design. It is not just a concept vehicle – it will become reality in the course of this year. We will be driving the QUANTiNO in 2015. And we aim to attain approval for road use very quickly,” adds Nunzio La Vecchia.
Look out for the QUANTiNO concept coming to the Geneva Motor Show, which kicks off early next month.