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NanoFlowcell Quant 48Volt Concept

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NanoFlowcell Quant 48Volt Concept


nanoFlowcell Holdings will present its latest advances in flow cell research at 2017 Geneva International Motor Show. Wrapped in the extravagant bodywork of an electric sports car that is utterly unique in the automotive industry, the nanoFlowcell Quant 48Volt, the company is showcasing the state-of-the-art in modern flow cell research. nanoFlowcell Holdings has succeeded in developing the first ever controllable flow cell that enables a standalone design for low-voltage electric drives without the need for heavy and expensive supercapacitors. And the 2+2-seater has no lack of power at its disposal - the 560 kW all-wheel drive delivers top speeds of up to 300 km/h. However, nanoFlowcell® 48Volt is not just about powerful performance, but is also currently the lightest, safest, most environmentally compatible and most economical drive system available anywhere for electric vehicles.






Get to know the electric car with batteries that do not recharge


When is recharging not really recharging?


There is a Swiss company called Nanoflowcell that has been talking about a new concept for electric cars for many years now. At the Geneva Motor Show next month, it will show off its newest model, the Quant 48VOLT. What makes it special is the fact that it is not an electric car that can be recharged in the traditional way. instead, the battery is replenished, like an ordinary gas tank for a combustion engine. If you have never heard of flow batteries, here's what you need to know.



The concept was patented in 1976 by NASA. The idea was to find a better way to store energy for space travel. Batteries can take a long time to recharge and also to release their stored energy, something that does not affect supercapacitors, for example. With flow batteries, storage is greatly simplified.







Looking forward to the arrival of next energy revolution, when the world rids itself of the oil lobby.


Also, accelerating from zero to 100km/h in 2.4 seconds being inside a car should be a very fun experience.


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