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NanoFlowcell’s Quant F, Quantino are merging performance with zero emissions [gallery]

Motorburn has seen its fair share of electrics, from Renovo’s Shelby prototype to Chevrolet’s bolt concept. Many are bold as they are beautiful but they’re usually stuck in concept phase. Nonetheless, they are worth dreaming and drooling about.

In a move to demonstrate the power and elegance of flow cell technology, NanoFlowcell recently showcased its latest toys at the Geneva Motor Show.

The company behind these ambitious roadsters is the same player that introduced the Quant E last year at the Geneva Motor Show. Not to be confused with “quaint” because there anything but.

NanoFlowcell is on a mission to fuse enormous performance and environmental sustainability. And, boy, does it seem to be doing just that! Updated from last year’s E, the full-electric Quant F model can reach speeds of more than 300 km/h, with a range of 800 km.

Read more: Renovo makes the electric car very sexy with its 500bhp Shelby prototype

The company also introduced the Quantino which is a low-voltage concept car. Operating on a rated voltage of only 48 V, the Quantino is said to generate an output of four times 25 kW/136 hp with a combination of nanoFlowcell, buffer system and electric motors. It can go up to 200 km/h and travel 1 000 km.

“With these new Quant models, we are ushering in a new generation of electromobility. And yet, the scope of the NanoFlowcell is much bigger. To recognise this and advance it systematically is the job ahead of us for the coming months and years,” said Professor Jens Ellermann, President of the Board of Directors of NanoFlowcell AG in a press statement.

Check out the environmentally-friendly Quant F and Quantino below:

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Quantino Front Angle

Those headlights are probably one of the most aggressive features on the motor.

Quantino Side

The Quantino is a bit shorter than its bigger brothers, the Quant E and F, at 3.91 meters.

Quantino Read Angle

The Quantino is a bit more family-friendly with its 2+2 seating layout.

Quantino Side Angle

It's carrying 22" wheels. That's a big stand-out.

Quant F Front Spoiler

The front of the F features gills under the headlights and below the subtle bumper.

Quant F Open Door Side

With its doors open, the electric car seems very keen to take-off, its wings almost matching the body's entirety.

Quant F Open Door

Weighing 2.3 tonnes, the F can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in only 2.8.seconds

Quant F Side Angle

The Quant F is a massive 5.25-meters in length.

Images: Autoblog

Author Bio

Jacques Coetzee: Staff Reporter
Jacques grew up in Stellenbosch, South Africa. He also studied International Relations (BA) at Stellenbosch University with an interest in innovation and initiatives and how they could contribute to the benefit of society. I have always been interested in both politics and development and started becoming more and more... More

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