Not too long ago, it emerged that nanoFLOWCELL had been given approval to test its Quant e-Sportlimousine on German roads. Now production of the unique car is edging ever closer with the company announcing the formation of nanoProduction which will handle production of the car.
The first job of nanoProduction will be to negotiate deals with suppliers and partners for manufacturing the car while also laying the foundations for vehicle homologation. The subsidiary is based in Waldshut, Germany.
While nanoFLOWCELL has yet to reveal when the Quant e-Sportlimousine will reach the market, we know that when it does it will use the same unique powertrain as the original concept from the Geneva Motor Show 2014. The car works with a special electrolyte fluid passing through two cells mated alongside each other. These cells are connected by a membrane which the electrons of the fluid pass through. This creates an electrical current which powers the car and if the claims are correct, it is definitely a unique look into the future of motoring. Alongside the flow cell technology are four more conventional electric motors delivering 920 hp.
As a result, it is claimed that the Quant e-Sportlimousine produces around 2138 lb-ft of torque and that it can hit 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 350 km/h.