At the 2014 Geneva Motor Show next month, a little known startup by the name of nanoFLOWCELL will show off the second iteration of an electric sports sedan labeled the Quant. The first Quant was shown in 2010 and was the result of a partnership between nanoFLOWCELL founder Nunzio La Vecchia and Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg.

Few details on the new Quant are known, but nanoFLOWCELL has stated that the car features an electric drivetrain that benefits from the company’s proprietary “flow-cell” technology. Now, it’s been revealed that supplier giant Bosch has partnered with nanoFLOWCELL to further develop its electric drivetrain technology.

“In the coming months and years, we will work with our system development partner Bosch Engineering GmbH on further development and international homologation of the Quant e-Sportlimousine,” nanoFLOWCELL founder La Vecchia said in a statement. “Transforming an initial prototype with nanoFLOWCELL powertrain into a series production vehicle that can be used around the world is a big challenge.”

We should have more details once the latest Quant makes its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show on March 4. In the meantime, head to our dedicated hub for more news from the Swiss show.


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