The NanoFlowcell AG Quant F is the car eco-friendly gearhead's dream about at night. Heck, the Quant F is also the car engineers dream about due to its advanced design. For starters, it's an electric car with four motors (one for each wheel). However, it's not powered by a traditional battery but by what's called a "flow battery."
Basically, the flow battery is a 250 gallon tank filled with positively and negatively charged electrolyte solutions. They move through a cell stack and are separated by a membrane with an electrical charge running through it. Science aside, just know that the NanoFlowcell AG Quant F is said to go 0-62 mph in less than 3.0 seconds and has a top speed of 186 mph. Oh, and it also has a reported range of 500 miles.
The NanoFlowcell AG Quat F Sports a Liquid Battery and Can Hit 186 Mph
Michael Hines — February 12, 2015 — Autos
References: nanoflowcell & carbuzz