Members Update Test - Honda
Honda was one of the first automakers to begin focusing attention to hydrogen as a possible solution for issues such as global warming and depletion of fossil fuels. Honda has been positioning the FCV, which emits only water, as the ultimate environmentally-responsible vehicle and has taken a proactive approach to the research and development of FCVs since the late 1980s.
Clarity Fuel Cell
Building on Honda's longstanding commitment to advanced low and zero emission vehicle technologies, the all new Honda Clarity Fuel Cell offers consumers a large, 5-passenger zero-emission sedan with an EPA rated range of 366 miles. It’s the latest fuel cell vehicle offering from Honda, derived from over 20 years of research and real-world customer experience from previous generation models. Deliveries of the Clarity Fuel Cell began in California December 2016, expanding to the Northeast when a consumer friendly network of H2 stations develops. In recognition of its class leading size, packaging, range and technology advancements, the Clarity lineup was awarded “Green Car of the Year” by Green Car Journal and Edmunds CES Tech Driven Award for Most Innovative Car of the Year.