After last year’s debut in Geneva as a concept, the low-voltage nanoFlowcell QUANTiNO has evolved and it’s now being described as a “near standard” model.

After last year’s debut in Geneva as a concept, the low-voltage nanoFlowcell QUANTiNO has evolved and it’s now being described as a “near standard” model.

It’s a bit tricky to point out the differences between the revised version and the original concept, but nanoFlowcell says the QUANTiNO has been “completely revised.” It continues to take the shape of a small 2+2 coupe equipped with four electric motors generating a combined output of 109 horsepower (80 kilowatts).

The company isn’t saying a word about the concept’s performance, but we do know its predecessor had a top speed of more than 124 miles per hour (200 kilometers per hour). It carried two ionic liquid storage tanks granting the all-wheel-drive QUANTiNO with a maximum range of more than 621 miles (1,000 km).

The revised concept will be exhibited next month at the Geneva Motor Show and then it will embark upon a series of pre-production tests in the first half of the year. If everything goes according to plan, nanoFlowcell wants to initiate production of a small batch of customer cars at a yet undisclosed price tag.

Also in Geneva, the company will bring the QUANT F Evolution which will serve as a near-production variant of last year’s Quant F. This one too is being analyzed for a possible small production series, but it remains to be seen whether the relatively new company will be able to actually make these cars.

Source: nanoFlowcell

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