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Since 2013 Honda and GM have collaborated on fuel cell powertrain development, and plans now are to launch individually branded vehicles in the U.S. by 2020. While GM has yet to roll out an actual production FCV for all to see, Honda has been out in front with its second-generation Clarity which went on sale […]

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Honda‘s next-generation fuel cell car is coming to America soon. The automaker confirmed to that the new Clarity fuel cell model, which debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show recently, will be made available to customers in the U.S. next year. Honda did not, however, confirm if the car will be available for purchase or, alternatively, […]

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The upcoming launch of the Honda Clarity doesn’t mark the brand’s introduction into the fuel cell vehicle category, but a continuation. Drawing on the 2008-to-present FCX Clarity, Honda retained a portion of its original fuel cell vehicle’s (FCV) name and the four-door sedan layout. But the new Clarity – which debuted this week at the […]

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At the end of this month, Honda is planning to unveil its near-production fuel cell vehicle, currently named the FCV. The debut – scheduled to occur at the Tokyo Motor Show – will feature a hydrogen-powered sedan very similar to the final version Honda is bringing to market next year. Honda said it has made […]

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Today Toyota, Nissan and Honda announced they’d jointly assist the Japanese government in doing their part of a strategic plan to increase the number of hydrogen refueling stations. The three automakers have not yet determined precise capital expenditures and specific measures, but the agreement is in keeping with a domestic plan announced in June 2014 […]

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Honda didn’t launch any production models at Detroit’s annual North American International Auto Show. Instead, the company used the opportunity to talk about its three-year plan for alternative-fuel technology with a preview of one of its prototypes. On display – alongside a small-scale replica of the HondaJet and a real Honda-powered Formula One racecar – […]

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Honda announced its fuel cell sedan will make its North American debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show on Jan. 12. Named FCV Concept, Honda explained the car showcases the styling evolution of its next production fuel-cell car to follow its present FCX Clarity. It’s anticipated to launch in the U.S. after introduction […]

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Yesterday Honda was reported as planning to axe the limited-market all-electric version of the Fit, and the Insight hybrid. The Fit EV (pictured) is lease-only, and Honda only ever committed to producing 1,100 units. It will be canceled in the fall, but supported until leases run out. As for the Insight, the latest generation of […]

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Honda R&D Americas is getting ready for the 2015 introduction of its fuel cell-electric vehicle (FCEV) by installing a hydrogen refueling station on its Torrance, Calif. campus. Honda said this station will serve as a platform for demonstrating and validating the enhanced hydrogen fueling protocol developed by Honda, named the MC Fill. With the aim […]

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Honda today released an artist’s rendition of its next-generation fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) which will make its world debut next week at the Los Angeles Auto Show. While mass-market acceptance for hydrogen-powered cars is still in question, Honda aims to launch the new production vehicle in 2015, a timeframe that coincides with Toyota’s pending […]

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