Shown almost a year ago to the audience of the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the low-voltage nanoFlowcell QUANTiNO has been refined during the meantime and has now been relabeled as a “near standard” vehicle.
We’re not really sure of the modifications operated to the concept to morph into this new version, but nanoFlowcell comments about the QUANTiNO stating it has been “completely revised.” The model remains a smallish 2+2 coupe with some crossover traits, drawing power from four electric motors delivering a combined total of 109 horsepower (80 kilowatts). No figures have perspired from the company regarding performance but as far as we can remember the concept was labeled to reach a maximum speed of at least 124 miles per hour (200 kilometers per hour). The electric motors were powered by two ionic liquid storage tanks that enabled the all-wheel drive QUANTiNO to go for at least 621 miles (1,000 km) without stopping for a refuel.
The refreshed prototype will of course be present during the Geneva Motor Show early next month and it will be used afterwards for pre-production testing during the latter part of the year. If all stars align, nanoFlowcell said it wants to begin trial production for a small crop of customers at prices that have not been revealed yet. They also have on store for this year’s Swiss show the QUANT F Evolution – another ear-production version of a model introduced last year.