NanoFlowcell has brought two of its concept cars to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The first one is the Quant F, which uses NanoFlowcell technology.
The NanoFlowcell technology is very unique because unlike normal electric vehicles of fuel celled vehicles, the car is powered by two tanks of ionic liquids, one which has a positive charge and the other, negative charge that provides electricity needed to move the car.
Nunzio La Vecchi, the Chief Technical Officer of NanoFlowcell said, "We see the flow-cell technology as the most promising technology with the greatest potential for the future of sustainable electromobility without harmful emissions. It offers an enormous range as well as exceptional performance."
"For us it represents the best alternative to battery-powered or fuel cell-powered electric vehicles. The flow-cell drive system eliminates many of the disadvantages inherent in existing drive systems and it is also more cost-effective. In our view, the flow cell is the future of electromobility,".
NanoFlowcell Quant F Features:
- 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 s
- Top speed: Over 300 km/h
- Range projected: up to 800 km
- Energy consumption: 20 kWh/100 km
- All-wheel drive via 4 three-phase induction motors, torque vectoring for optimal drive torque distribution
- Peak power: 801 KW (1090 PS); 200 kW (272 PS) x 4
- Operating power: 22 - 90 kW x 4
- Peak-torque per wheel: 2,900 Nm x 4