Posts Tagged: nanoFLOWCELL

Striking Quants wow the crowds in Geneva. Will they be produced?

At this week’s Auto Salon in Geneva, the three Quant concept vehicles, built by Leichtenstein-based nanoFlowcell, were drawing a lot of admiring stares. One thing is undisputed: the new Quant F is a beautiful automobile, with huge gull-wing doors, a spaceship-style interior with a vast dashboard display, and lines that flow like the ionized liquids… Read more »

QUANTiNO concept with low-voltage flow battery has 620-mile range, 124 mph top speed

Liechtenstein-based nanoFlowcell AG has taken a different approach to battery design. Its vehicles use a flow battery system which works like a combination of a battery and a fuel cell, using liquid electrolytes kept in two tanks and pumped through the cell. At the heart of the system is a membrane that separates two differing chemistries. A… Read more »

New and improved flow cell battery EV to appear at Geneva auto show

There are many innovative battery designs in development around the world, but a Liechtenstein-based company has developed something truly unique – a flow battery, which uses two ionic fluids stored in tanks. nanoFLOWCELL will present its new QUANT F electric vehicle at the upcoming Geneva Autosalon. The latest iteration of the QUANT features four electric… Read more »

Sporty prototype demonstrates flow cell battery technology

Among the many electrified vehicles on display at this week’s Geneva Auto Salon was one that demonstrates a new and possibly revolutionary energy storage system. Leichtenstein-based nanoFLOWCELL’s QUANT e-Sportlimousine, a sleek sports model with gull-wing doors, uses flow cell battery technology. Scientists at GE Global Research and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory announced that they were… Read more »