Honda shows production ready fuel cell vehicle

Honda has recently developed a hydrogen powered fuel cell vehicle, and thus is joining the increasingly longer line of other car manufacturers doing the same. Picking up where the old FCX Clarity left off, the Honda FCV Concept will represent fully-realized hydrogen fuel-cell technology. The Honda FCV Concept will debut in production-ready form just about a month from now at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. It also won’t be called FCV when it reaches showrooms; Honda is saving the actual name for the car’s Tokyo debut.

The refueling time is claimed to be 3 to 5 minutes, with a range of 480 kilometres. ZEG Power wishes the hydrogen cars welcome, and is prepared to do its part in supplying them with hydrogen. 

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