Quant says the car has a torque output of "four times" 2,900 newton-meters (2,138 lb-ft), and the car's acceleration figures certainly suggest there's plenty of power. 62 mph is swept away in 2.8 seconds, and the car will press on to "over" 217 mph. The company claims several advantages of its flow-cell technology, but among them is energy density. A flow-cell of equivalent weight to a lithium-ion battery has five times greater performance.
originally posted by: Silcone Synapse
a reply to: HardCorps
Good grief that is some torque...They would have to redesign road surfaces to cope!
My VW is 176 lb-ft and I thought that was grippy.
Awesome looking car-but the speeds are just silly.
You should have to pass a seperate test to be able to drive it I think,or you would end up crashing hard.