Last year Koenigsegg displayed a new 4-seater electrical car concept, this year the Quant is back, but this time at the stand of NLV Solar, the company that will further develop the electric car.
The NLV Quant has a full carbon chassis, carbon body and four electric motors producing 147 kW each. Through the use of lightweight carbon fibre, the car weighs just 1 680 kg’s and despite the heavy batteries, manages to accelerate from 0 – 100 km/h in a phenomenal 2.8 seconds. The four engines are placed one-per-wheel, with a torque vectoring system between them to aid with stability and agility.
The exterior of the car is covered in a thin film of pyrite, converting sunlight into energy, to supply power to the operating electronics and the battery. According to NLV Solar, the concept can be readied for production and brought to life within the next 12 months.
With 588 kW on tap and a top speed of 377 km/h, the Quant is certainly one of the most exciting concepts at Geneva this year.