The nanoFlowcell QUANTINO, also stylized as nanoFlowcell QUANTiNO, is a salt water-powered electric 2-door hatchback by nanoFlowcell that forms the QUANT trio, alongside the QUANT E-sportlimousine and QUANT FE.
The nanoFlowcell QUANTINO is an electric 2+2 hatchback powered by a three-phase asynchronous motor that produces 107 hp (80 kW) and 148 ft·lb (201 N·m). The QUANTINO's battery is an in-house-developed 48 V battery with a rated current of 300 A and a 15 kWh capacity.
The QUANTINO runs entirely on electricity and salt water power, with a rated energy consumption of 12 kWh / 100 km. Also equipped are two 95L tanks. The QUANTINO can run for more than 621 mi (1,000 km) on a single charge and emits no harmful emissions.
The nanoFlowcell QUANTINO uses an automatic gearbox with a currently unspecified amount of gears that brings power to the rear wheels. The QUANTINO's currently claimed performance figures include a 0-60 time in under 5 seconds and a top speed of only 124 mph (200 km/h).
The nanoFlowcell QUANTINO was added to the game in the Enduro Update as a high-end Class D car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 979
- MAX rank: 1210 (+231)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1352 (+142)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +52
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 373
- Nitro Efficiency: 6/9/12
- Speed Modifier: 95.75
- This was removed in the Showdown Update
The nanoFlowcell QUANTINO's top speed and acceleration are quite impressive, and its launch is relatively good. The QUANTINO also has a high nitro efficiency rating of 6/9/12.
Unfortunately, the nanoFlowcell QUANTINO's launch, top speed, and acceleration are inferior to those of the Mazda RX-8, a similar Class D elite car. While the QUANTINO's 6/9/12 nitro efficiency rating is considerably better than the RX-8's 8/13/18, its drifting ability is far worse. Most notably, the RX-8 has a higher top speed than the QUANTINO when both cars are upgraded, kitted and tuned for maximum speed. For these reasons, the QUANTINO is often overlooked in favor of the RX-8.
The nanoFlowcell QUANTINO costs 1,325 to purchase. As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades cost 736,000 while Pro Kits require 245,600, 40 of each Class D Part, 50 Early & Initial Techs each, and 40 Electric Engines. Tune-ups cost 1,200 and take 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete.