TÜV-approved future Bolide

Vaduz / Munich, July 24, 2014

In March 2014, a vehicle was parked at the Geneva Motor Show, along with other electric vehicles in which even the developer and spiritual father Nunzio La Vecchia was not sure whether it should be a study, a show car or potential production car now. Meanwhile, the company Lichtenstein Nanoflow Cell one step further. By now granted German street legal review, the auditors from SGS-TÜV Saar the vehicle at least a theoretical mass production to.

First street legal

The Quant e - sports sedan is so according to the manufacturer 's first car that can participate with a flow cell battery-electric on the road. " A historic moment and a milestone for our company and maybe even for the electric mobility of the future," said La Vecchia.

Exorbitant performance

The Liechtenstein bake no small rolls and provided the quantum with exorbitant power values. At least planned are loud Vecchia a top speed of over 350 km / h and acceleration from zero to 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds. To be crowned the whole with a calculated range of more than 600 kilometers.

visions of the Future

Incidentally Nanoflow Cell planning with the Quant not only to revolutionize the electric mobility, but think of other possible applications of battery technology. Professor Jens-Peter Ellermann, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company, dreams of applications in the domestic energy supply, shipping, rail or aviation. The principle of wet cell is not a new one. Since the 1970s, the energy storage were used as the buffer for wind turbines. In the last decade experienced the accumulators in the course of development of new mobility strategies on electric base then a comeback.

traffic opponents

How the future will look like remains to be seen. At least theoretically, could be since the official acceptance by the TÜV Quant e - sports sedan and other electric vehicles on German roads meet. To keep it that no theoretical mental construct, the Nano Flow Cell team is already working on other details regarding the future envisaged mass production of electric Revoluzzers . (ml )