Honda’s new hydrogen-powered car, the Clarity Fuel Cell, will go on sale in Japan in March 2016, the company confirmed today. Taking on the Toyota Mirai, the car – previously known as the Honda FCV – will be targeted at those in the outer suburbs with an appetite for green motoring, and co-exist with Honda’s existing and upcoming all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars.
It’s certainly a striking design, with the not-inconsiderable length exaggerated by the sizable overhangs front and rear. Honda actually reduced the size of its fuel cell powertrain versus the previous Clarity prototype, predominantly by slimming the control unit significantly.
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