Honda Starts Selling All-New Clarity Fuel Cell Vehicle

Posted: Mar 10 2016, 7:38am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Honda Starts Selling All-New Clarity Fuel Cell Vehicle
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  • Sales of the Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle by Honda started in Japan!

The all-new Clarity Fuel Cell is a zero emission vehicle with a range of approximately 750 km.

Honda has announced that it has started selling its all-new Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle in Japan from today. The Clarity is the first FCV (Fuel cell vehicle) by Honda.

According to Honda, the Clarity Fuel Cell features a high level of practicality. The practicality represents ‘universal value’ and ‘cutting-edge appeal’ for a next-generation vehicle. The Clarity Fuel Cell is also the world’s first five-passenger sedan type FCV.

Honda has made the fuel cell powertrain more compact in the new Clarity. The Clarity has been made using original Honda technologies. The fuel cell unit of the Clarity is fitted entirely under the hood of the car.

The Honda Clarity also features improved efficiency and reduced energy. The Clarity is equipped with a 70 MPa high-pressure hydrogen storage tank. The tanks has been installed to the Clarity to provide a cruising range of 750 km.

The range is approximately 30% higher when compared to other FCV models. The new Clarity has also achieved the world’s top-class cruising range among all zero emission vehicles. The increase in cruising range significantly improved the practicality of the Clarity. 

The hydrogen tank of the Clarity can be refilled in approximately three minutes. Honda states the Clarity features an exterior design which combines dynamism and elegance.

Since the Clarity has been equipped with a high-output motor with maximum output of 130 kW it gives a smooth drive. For now Honda will focus in sales in Japan, but will soon introduce Clarity in European and US markets.  

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