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Trevor Collett | Feb, 16 2015 | 1 Comment

The nano-sized NanoFlowCell from Liechtenstein has been busy in recent weeks, preparing not one but two new models for the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

Along with the updated Quant E, called the Quant F, we can now expect a new concept from the innovative carmaker on its motor show stands next month.

The concept doesn’t have a name as yet, with NanoFlowCell simply calling it the “new kid in town” (which we’ll dub ‘NKIT’ from here) and releasing a single teaser image (top of page).

While the Quant F and Quant e-Sportlimousine before it are powered by all-electric set-ups offering insane amounts of power and torque, the NKIT’s powertrain remains a mystery for now.

It’s safe to say NanoFlowCell’s, um, flowcell battery technology will feature in some way, powering at least one electric motor.

The Quant E and F are both rather long to fit their four electric motors therein (one for each wheel). But as the NKIT appears to be a much smaller model, perhaps a single electric motor will prove sufficient.

All will be revealed in the run up to the Geneva Motor Show - stay tuned to TMR for more.

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