Meet the Quant F – a German supercar with a difference. It’s electric, but certainly isn’t your average EV. It produces the equivalent of 1075 bhp – more than the Bugatti Veyron.
What’s being billed as Germany’s answer to Tesla, nanoFlowcell, the company behind this beast, will be revealing this new car at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. It’s unprecedented for an EV, as it has a top speed of 186mph and a range of 500 miles. Yes – an electric car that can go 500 miles without a charge.
It’s powered in an interesting way too – it does not use electricity from a standard wall socket, it uses two ionic fluids that create a chemical reaction producing an electric charge. The fluids themselves are not dangerous in anyway to the occupants, meaning it can be stored throughout the car – not just in a separate tank.
The technology used in this car is unprecedented – now all we need to see is if it really works.
Source: Car Crushing