QUANTiNO with nanoFlowcell low-voltage drive accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in less than five seconds and reaches a top speed of 200 km/h (image: NFC)
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The Ionic car company, Nanoflowcell Holdings, writes about their new low voltage car, the Quantino, and compares today's current crop of high voltage and more dangerous-to-work-on electric cars. A misstep with a Tesla's 600v electronics can kill you and requires special training and car configuration, whereas the Quantino's 48V system will only shock you. Performance of the Quantino is comparable to most cars of its size, though inferior to Tesla's in acceleration.
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