Back in 2009 at the Geneva Motor Show, NVL Solar unveiled the Quant Concept, a four-passenger sport sedan powered by a new propulsion system called Flow Accumulator Energy Storage (FAES). Offering a maximum range of 300 miles and a charge time of just 15-20 minutes, the system delivered an impressive 512 hp and 527 pound-feet of torque.
In 2010, NLV revealed at the Geneva Motor Show a new Quant using four 150-kilowatt electric motors, a carbon fiber chassis and a body covered with a thin solar film. A production version of the car was expected in 2012, but as you may know, the company didn’t build it yet. This year, Quant will return to the Geneva Motor Show with a new Quant e-Sportlimousine equipped with NanoFlowcell drive.
The new concept has a length of over 5.25 meters, four seats and offers a unique combination of innovative technology, outstanding design and an entirely new energy storage system. With the new QUANT, head of development Nunzio La Vecchia and his team of engineers and designers are presenting a very special research vehicle.