Have you heard about nanoFLOWCELL or heard about QUANT e-Sportlimousine? You are not alone. QUANT e-Sportlimousine is an electric car but it doesn’t need electricity to charge the battery. Instead, it uses sea water to do the job.
Unbelieveable? Watch the video.
Unlike other prototype, QUANT e-Sportlimousine is super good looking on the exterior and interior. And it has a super good specs given that it only runs on salt water.
What drives the car?
The heart of the QUANT e-Sportlimousine prototype is the nanoFLOWCELL® battery. It gives the car a driving range of 600 kilometres. The newest product moving the world towards attractive electrical mobility was conceived at the nanoFLOWCELL DigiLab simulation lab at nanoFLOWCELL AG in Zurich, Switzerland. It is still under active development and the results so far are extremely promising.
- all-wheel drive via 4 three-phase induction motors,
- torque vectoring for optimal drive torque distribution
- peak power: 680 KW (925 PS); 170 KW (231.2 PS) x 4
- operating power: 480 KW (653 PS); 120 KW (163.2 PS) x 4
- peak-torque per wheel: 2,900 NM x 4
- nominal voltage: 600 V
- nominal current: 50 A
- tank capacity: 2 x 200 L
- 0 – 100 KM/H: 2.8 S
- top speed: 380 + KM/H
- range: projected 400 to 600 KM
- energy consumption: 20 KWH/100 KM
DIMENSION AND WEIGHT
- kerb weight with full tanks: 2,300 KG
- wheelbase: 3,198 MM
WHEEL AND TIRES
- front: 245 x 30 R22″
- rear: 285 x 30-22″
- rolling resistance optimised
- width: 2,019 MM
- length: 5,257 MM
- height: 1,357 MM
- door system: two double wing-safety-doors
- door openings: 865 MM x 2,068 MM
- side window: 400 MM x 1,830 MM
- body type: monocoque
- seats: four, front and rear adjustable
Unfortunately, it is not on sale yet. I remembered that the price is not cheap.