Said to be powered by never-before-seen technology.
These teaser images are hiding not only a new car but “an entirely new energy storage system.” Created by nanoFlowcell AG, a company that concentrates on innovative storage technology and cell charging regeneration, this is the Quant e-Sportlimousine. The concept’s development chief Nunzio La Vecchia was previously involved in the Quant concept, built in partnership with Koenigsegg, which debuted at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show.
That was said to have a fast charging system that could fully charge in 20 minutes and had a range of over 480 km. Fast-forward five years and the Lichtenstien-based R&D company is planning to wow the Swiss crowd with a four-seater sports car described as a “very special research vehicle.” The prototype’s aim is to generate “new and innovative ideas for ongoing research into battery development, specifically in the field of flow-cell technology.” It also boasts a stunning design, with a wide, low stance, slender headlights, menacing front grille, and a sleek rear diffuser with F1-style fog light.