A British car magazine briefly drove Nano Flowcell's prototype vehicles.
Electric-drive cars should fuel, charging is 'dead end,' says NanoFlowcell
Well, here's a novel idea for electric-car fans to kick off the week with. Zero-emission cars powered by electric motors shouldn't use batteries that can be recharged, because a public charging network is "a dead end." Instead, they should use flow-cell batteries that can be "refueled" in minutes...John Voelcker
New Quant Flow-Cell Car Concepts Arrive, Still Dodgy On Details
The company NanoFlowcell offered an attention-getting list of claims for the Quant F prototype it revealed at the Geneva Motor Show this past week. They included an unlimited power source, zero emissions, acceleration from 0 to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 186 mph. Last year at Geneva...Bengt Halvorson