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. It is the second Elite Car in Class D, after the Mazda RX8, and the first electric car in Class D to be introduced since the Renault DeZir in the December 2014 Winter Update.
The nanoFlowcell QUANTINO has the following rank statistics:
The QUANTINO has a cosmetic Speed Modification of 95.75%, making it the first Class D car to have a Speed Modification.
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. The QUANTINO has below average drift abilities, although it still handles and drifts better than the nanoFlowcell QUANT FE.
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.