Absent from last month's Geneva auto show, and largely absent from recent discussions of electric car progress, have been Swiss NanoFlowcell and its flow-battery technology. Last week the company revealed that it has covered 218,000 test miles (350,000 kilometers) in its Quantino 48Volt test car, 125,000 on the road and 93,000 in a test lab. The company first showed its Quant cars at the 2014 and 2015 Geneva shows, first the gull-wing Quant E limousine, then the smaller, sporty Quantino the next year. DON'T MISS: Purdue scientists test flow battery for EVs, claim 300-mile range The cars use...
Nano Flowcell liquid-battery car briefly driven by outsider
A British car magazine briefly drove Nano Flowcell's prototype vehicles.Stephen Edelstein
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
Quant F Electric Luxury Limo With Flow Cell Battery: Geneva Show Preview
The Quant F is an updated version of the Quant e-Sportlimousine that debuted in Geneva last year.Stephen Edelstein