After Mirai, the next car in the generation of fuel cell cars by Honda has been revealed.
Honda recently revealed the next car with its fuel cell technology. The car is the successor to the hydrogen powered FCX Clarity by Honda. The new fuel powered car has been dubbed the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell. Honda unveiled the car at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015.
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The unveiling took place just as the Mirai hit the European auto market. It seems Honda is leaving no stones unturned when it comes to promoting its fuel cell technology. The Tokyo Motor Show was the debut ground for the new fuel cell saloon Clarity.
The Clarity Fuel Cell will first be introduced in the UK by 2017. Honda has decided to sell the new Clarity in both US and the UK. In order to bridge the gap with the European customers it will first be introduced in Europe. The FCX Clarity on the other hand was only sold in California and Japan. Comparatively, the new Clarity will be sold on a bigger scale.
Interior of the all-new CLARITY FUEL CELL
The new Clarity Fuel Cell is an evolution of the FCEV concept by Honda. The concept was showcased by Honda last year at the LA Motor Show. The exterior of the new Clarity Fuel Cell is more stylish than the FCX Clarity.
The new Clarity claims an enhanced hydrogen-electric powertrain. The powertrain ensures more than 435 miles on one fill-up. The new Clarity also comes with a 70MPa high-pressure hydrogen tank.
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The tank can be recharged in only 3 minutes from a charging station. The new Clarity also boosts 13 horse power output on a traditional saloon. The increased density of the fuel cell stacks has improved overall performance by 60 percent.