Quantino, the low-voltage concept vehicle was one of the absolute highlights at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show. Smaller brother of the Quant E and the Quant F, it is an innovative electric vehicle with mass
appeal - sporty, dynamic and above all a low-voltage drive system.


With a rated voltage of only 48 V the car has achieved four times 25 kW, corresponding to around 136 hp, through a combination of nanoFlowcell, buffer system and electric motors. This set-up also provides it with a top speed of over 200 kilometres an hour in all-electric mode and a range of over 1,000 kilometres, without any harmful emissions.

The Quantino is an electric vehicle for everyone. Affordable and featuring an extravagant, unique design. It is not just a concept vehicle - it will become reality in the course of this year.

With its two 175-litre tanks, the Quantino is able to carry 350 litres of ionic liquid in total, one tank with a positive charge and one with a negative charge. The refuelling process is similar to the procedure which is customary today, the sole difference being that two tanks are filled simultaneously, each with a different fluid.
Four seats and 22-inch wheels.

Measuring 3.91 metres in length, the Quantino is a 2+2-seater boasting a unique design. A striking detail is the 22-inch wheels. As the small brother of the E and the F, the design emphasizes the fact that the Quantino belongs to the Quant family. Both the front and rear end clearly demonstrate this kinship. In particular, the large 22-inch wheels which it has adopted from its big brothers in the Quant family set it apart in its class in terms of appearance.

Low-voltage systems
To date, low-voltage drives have featured primarily on vehicles with very low drive outputs (< 5kW), such as golf carts, e-scooters or light-duty motor vehicles such as four-wheel vehicles with relatively low drive outputs (< 20kW) for urban use.        – nanoFlowcell