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Trevor Collett | Feb, 18 2015 | 2 Comments

After teasing its second Geneva Motor Show unveiling earlier this week, NanoFlowCell has now revealed more of what we can expect from the new concept.

Previously referred to only as the “new kid in town”, the concept now has a badge that follows NanaFlowCell’s other Quant-based names.

Meet the Quantino (or QUANTiNO as NanoFlowCell prefers); a ‘low-voltage’ electric concept rated at 48 volts and with a range of over 1,000km.

A pair of 175-litre tanks are filled with 350 litres of ionic fluid - one positively-charged, one negative - via a refuelling process NanoFlowCell says is similar to the way we currently refuel vehicles with internal combustion engines.

And if you think a driving range beyond 1,000km is impressive, NanoFlowCell says this technology is still in its infancy with much greater distances achievable in the future.

"This car is a sensation and will be one of the absolute highlights at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show," NanoFlowCell’s Professor Jens Ellermann said.

"With the Quantino we present [an] innovative electric vehicle with mass appeal. Sporty, dynamic, and above all with a low-voltage drive system. With a rated voltage of only 48 volts we achieve four times 25kW, corresponding to around 136 BHP, through a combination of NanoFlowCell, buffer system and electric motors.”

The combined 100kW power output is enough to propel the Quantino to over 200km/h, in a vehicle 3.91 metres long, wearing 22-inch wheels with a 2+2 seating arrangement.

NanoFlowCell describes the Quantino as “affordable”, saying it’s an EV for everyone and that the concept previews a road-going model.

The carmaker hopes to fast-track the Quantino’s approval, with a view to seeing them on public roads by the end of this year.

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