Whenever we see a concept electric vehicle come out with claims with a range that defies current technology, we have to take things at face value. This is the case with the Quant F supercar, which we already knew was said to boast a power output of 1,075 horsepower.
However, that was not the big surprise, as the people behind the concept said that it would have even better details to offer at Geneva, and we can now tell you that it will more then likely be its 620-mile range.
Looking at the design of this vehicle from Nanoflowcell it looks more of a Tesla Model X SUV rival, as it is more raised up that your usual car. However, while it will be considered a rival to the Model X, it will make use of different technology.
Tesla is considered to be at the top of its game in the electric car market, but they rely on tried and tested battery tech, they just make far better use from it. Where Nanoflowcell differs is its grasp of a newer technology, although the likelihood of us seeing the Quant F supercar anytime soon is rather slim.
Maybe we should reserve judgment until we know more from Geneva, but for now Nanoflowcell has more details over on its website.
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