nanoFlowcell AG has used the Geneva Motor Show to introduce the QUANTiNO in its “near standard” configuration. Unveiled in concept form last year, the updated QUANTiNO has a familiar design but the company says the model has been "completely revised." nanoFlowcell declined to elaborate but said the car has four electric motors that each produce 109 horsepower. This enables the model to accelerate from 0-62 miles per hour in less than five seconds before hitting a top speed of 124 mph.

nanoFlowcell AG has used the Geneva Motor Show to introduce the QUANTiNO in its “near standard” configuration.

Unveiled in concept form last year, the updated QUANTiNO has a familiar design but the company says the model has been "completely revised."  nanoFlowcell declined to elaborate but said the car has four electric motors that each produce 109 horsepower.  This enables the model to accelerate from 0-62 miles per hour in less than five seconds before hitting a top speed of 124 mph.

nanoFlowcell also revealed the QUANTiNO was recently granted a road license in Europe and during its first endurance test Chief Technology Officer Nunzio La Vecchia drove the model for 14 hours non-stop.  This is pretty impressive by itself but the company notes the car's electrolyte tanks were still 78% full so the model could have been driven for much longer.

The initial success has pushed the nanoFlowcell to consider a small production run.  However, tge company will complete a feasibility study later this year before making a final decision.

In related news, nanoFlowcell also showcased the QUANT F Evolution.  It more closely resembles a production variant and it has 1,090 horsepower which enables the car to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.8 seconds before hitting a top speed of 174 mph.

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