The nanoFlowcell QUANT F has been revealed prior to its public debut scheduled for early next month at the Geneva Motor Show. It’s essentially an evolution of last year’s QUANT E so it has a familiar design but with QUANTeYES headlights as well as a rear spoiler that will automatically deploy when the vehicle hits 49 mph (80 km/h). More importantly, the vehicle now benefits from a carbon fiber monocoque which has enabled a more spacious interior cabin.
Motivation is provided by a revised nanoFlowcell system which feeds more than 50 amperes of current into a new buffer system which can supply more than 2000 amperes for a short while in order to grant superior performance. The vehicle has also received a newly developed two-speed automatic gearbox while the total range has increased to 497 miles (800 km).
Thanks to a maximum output of no less than 801 kW (1,090 HP), the car is capable of hitting an impressive top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).