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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

New flow cell-powered supercar debut in Geneva

 By using the latest technology called 'flow cell' and claimed to be far better than Lithium Ion batteries. The latest electric sports car that made by Switzerland automotive manufacturer, nanoFlowcell AG, reportedly will soon be introduced in the near future in the annual event of the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, as reported by Gizmag.
The Quant E, formerly called the Quant e-Sportlimousine, at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. (Picture from: Gizmag)
This time the electric car on display named 'Quant F'. According to the manufacturer, Quant F is the latest generation from its predecessor 'Quant E' which is also exhibited in the same event last year. Confirmed as the latest generation has undergone a complete overhaul both in terms of technology, powertrain as well as in design.
The all-new Quant F is the second research vehicle from Nanoflowcell. (Picture from: Gizmag)
The outside view of Quant F does look similar to the previous generation of the Quant E. The difference between them is the use of color schemes, rearview larger door, rim designs and patented "QUANTeYES" headlights.
The all-new Quant F promises 1,000 hp, 500 miles of range. (Picture from: Gizmag)
Another feature of Quant F is the application of gull wing doors that are a popular type used in the '80s supercar and a rear spoiler that automatically appears at a speed of 80 kph. While passenger capacity can accommodate four passengers and has a 207-inch length. Its length is longer than the Mercedes S-Class LWB. The interior space was relieved thanks to the use of carbon fiber monocoque and a more slender A-pillars.

The electric motor is pinned in the car can produce power of 1,075 hp (802 kW). And claimed to be able to accelerate from 0 to a speed of 100 kph (62 mph) in less than 3 seconds with a maximum speed of up to 300 kph. And it mentioned also has a range of up to 805 km (500 miles).
The two-stage active spoiler is one of the new features on the Quant F. (Picture from: Gizmag)
Power of the electric motor is distributed via the automatic transmission system with two levels of acceleration. The car has a motor for each wheel so makes it permanent AWD. Electricity from the motor comes from the fuel cell which used two ionic liquids - one as positive and another one negative fluid, which is stored in pair of tanks with a capacity of 250 liters. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NANOFLOWCELL | GIZMAG ]
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