NanoFlowcell has unveiled a second concept car, the Quantino, at the Geneva motor show.
According to the electric car manufacturer, the Quantino is the smaller sibling of the Quant F and is described as an "innovative electric vehicle with mass appeal".
The 2+2 coupé, which measures 3.91m in length, uses flow cell battery storage technology derived from the Quant F. An ionic liquid is stored in two 175-litre tanks; one tank with a positive charge and the other with a negative charge.
It provides power to a low-voltage drive system with four 25kW electric motors producing a total of 136bhp. NanoFlowcell claims a top speed of 124mph and an all-electric driving range of more than 620 miles.
The battery-powered coupé features front and rear end styling similar to its Quant e-Sportslimousine and F siblings, and it sits on 22in alloy wheels.
NanoFlowcell chief technical officer Nunzio La Vecchia said: "The Quantino is affordable and features an extravagant, unique design. It is not just a concept vehicle - it will become reality in the course of this year.
“We will be driving the Quantino in 2015, and we aim to attain approval for road use very quickly."
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