The electric car is the future of mobility. Well, the hydrogen car too, but today we are going to talk about electric cars. Specifically, a model that promises to solve the great handicaps of the EV.
As you well know, the electric car it has a lot of problems that make buying one not as interesting as it could be. Especially if we look at the time it takes to carry a drums and the autonomy effective that they have.
Luckily, the Quantino electric supercar could help change all that. This supercar, which is being developed by the company nanoFlowcell, uses a special type of saltwater mixture that the company calls a bi-ION electrolyte.
The Quant48, which has been on the market for over five years now, has proven time and time again that the nanoFlowcell technology that powers this electric supercar has a lot going for it.
And now, the company wants to go one step further, working on a new 2+2 roadster that will offer even better mileage and performance. Part of what makes autonomy with a single tank charge (because it does not have a battery as such).
Autonomy will never be a problem again
But you also won’t have to worry about charging this electric vehicle after every trip. ANDInstead, just fill it with the company’s bi-ION electrolyte blendsimilar to how you would fill up a normal car at the gas station.
By offering such fast refueling options, the Quant electric supercar may be the one to solve the perennial problem of extremely long charging times, no matter how much fast charging manufacturers devise.
Of course, even with the good things we’re seeing from nanoFlowcell, companies like Tesla continue to lead the market with electric vehicles that rely on batteries that you have to wait to fully recharge.
The bi-ION electrolyte technology may be one (of many) that manage to make the electric car a real and feasible mobility option. Let’s hope it’s during this decade.