NanoFlowCell is back with a redesigned version of Quant e-Sportlimousine called the Quant F.The concept as its predecessor powered by saltwater and generates amazing 1075 horsepower -a significant step up from the 912 horsepower Quant e-Sportlimousine
3/7/15 4:00 am chumakdenis 1
I’m pretty sure that you do remember 900hp Quant e-Sportlimousine - amazing supercar that is really unique in its class and has no analogues - world’s first salt-powered electric car.
NanoFlowCell says the Quant F is a completely reengineered and redesigned version of the original Quant E
The Quant F is an improved version of the Quant e-Sportlimousine that features the same outrageous styling and nanoFlowcell battery technology as the previous e-Sportlimousine, but with some mechanical changes and revised performance figures.
The factory color is red (any associations with Ferarri, huh?).
What has been changed in comparison with the previous version?
As we have already mentioned, the Quant F is said to be a completely reengineered and redesigned version of the original Quant E.But how true is that?
To be frank,there is a little difference between the original Quant e-Sportlimousine and the brand-new Quant F - the biggest changes are the red exterior color, bigger mirrors, updated wheels and restyled headlights. One highlight of the new headlights is that they have back-lit crystals that project a “Q” (for Quant) when they are turned on. If you liked the style of last year’s concept, you’ll be happy to hear that the large gull-wing doors are still there.
Changes under the hood
Bigger updates are found under the QUANT F’s curvaceous bodywork. Power for the 206-inch long sedan comes from a futuristic hybrid drivetrain that uses two types of ionic fluids - one with a positive charge, one with a negative charge - to generate electricity. The drivetrain is capable of briefly generating a peak output of 1,090 horsepower, and it can power the QUANT F using electricity alone for over 500 miles. The company points out that ionic fluid is essentially salt in a liquid state and that it is neither toxic nor flammable.
The Quant F is powered by a fuel-cell system and four electric motors that get their energy from the electrochemical reaction created by combining two liquids with metallic salts that act as an electrolyte.
“For both technical and economic reasons, the rated voltage for normal operation of the Quant F will stand at approximately 400 V in the future. This enables efficient and economical driving and means correspondingly greater ranges accompanied by outstanding performance with zero harmful emissions” - told us chief technical officer Nunzio La Vecchia.
NanoFlowCell hasn’t announced production plans, but the company did state that the Quant F’s interior is 90% production ready and that it will soon put the vehicle through a series of crash tests in the U.S. and Germany cause their concept need to be fully compliant with European and American norms.
Well, totally agree on that cause safety really matters(especially when it comes to the vehicles that cost
more than $ 1,000,000 ).
Let's wish NanoFlowCell team good luck and wait for more news from them at 2015 Geneva Auto Show.