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Salt-water supercar approved in Europe

Salt-water supercar approved in Europe
QUANT-e-Sportslimousine Corporate

It’s true. The Quant e-Sportlimousine literally runs on salt water. But like many things in technology, how it actually works is a bit more complicated. But now, the wonder vehicle is approved for all public roads throughout Europe.

The new driving machine, complete with its proprietary NanoFlowcell onboard power plant, gives drivers a zero-emissions, high-performance supercar capable of an environmentally friendly 217.5 mph (and a 0-100 mph time of 2.8 sec.)

Now, before we get ahead of ourselves, it is a bit early to start imagining a vehicle with traditional tank that we can just dump ocean water into. Nevertheless, what we do have is a new type of electric car battery (charged by salt-water electrolyte reactions) that propel the vehicle five times further than any other conventional battery on the car-powering market. And yes, that includes the new state-of-the-art lithium-ion versions.

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