2011 Honda FCX Clarity Review

Honda FCX Clarity is a slim designed fuel-cell hydrogen-powered electric sedan available on a limited retail in Southern California. The FCX Clarity is an important part of Honda's efforts to develop, certify and distribute zero emissions vehicles.

Powered by an electric motor, which operates electricity in a fuel cell, the emissions FCX Clarity is just water, its fuel consumption is three times larger than a modern petrol cars and two times higher than that for 'petrol hybrid car.


The compact and powerful Honda V Flow fuel cell allows unprecedented space and a low profile and sleek futuristic previously unattainable in fuel cell vehicles and underscores the significant progress that Honda continues to make progress in the performance of the entire world and the real attraction of a fuel cell car electric.

FCX Clarity lease program has celebrated the anniversary of two years July 25, 2010. Customers pay $ 600 per month for three years of Honda FCX Clarity lease, which covers maintenance costs.


This rental program is the first major initiative for the retail vehicle fuel cell electric technology. Since its launch, over 70,000 people have expressed interest in leasing the FCX Clarity, and offered their vehicle website: www.fcx.honda.com.

Honda began operations of Honda solar hydrogen station, a new generation of prototype solar hydrogen station in January 2010, Los Angeles Center of Honda R & D Americas, Inc. The system is ultimately intended to be used as a home appliance supply that is capable of filling a vehicle fuel cell at night.


Compatible with a system of "smart grid" power, hydrogen station solar Honda would allow users to charge their cars overnight, without the need to store hydrogen, which would reduce CO2 emissions by using electricity more cheap off-peak hours.


power station in the average daily peak of solar hydrogen may take a renewable electricity grid, which provides a cost-effective for customers, while remaining neutral energy.


Honda Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle First:

The original FCX became the first fuel cell vehicle the EPA and CARB-certified in July 2002. The FCX was also the first production fuel cell vehicle, introduced in the U.S. and Japan in October 2002.


Other highlights:


* FCX was the first fuel cell vehicle to start and manage the sub-zero temperatures (2003).

* FCX was the first fuel cell vehicle in the hands of individual customers (July 2005).

* Honda becomes the first car of its fuel cell vehicle production line, in particular, vehicles, hydrogen fuel cells (2008)

* Honda becomes the first manufacturer to create a fuel cell vehicle from a dealer network (2008).


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