What is it?


Honda’s hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, dubbed the FCEV Concept, is the most radical car at the show. But aside from its spaceship dimensions and glowing LEDs, the FCEV is a simple next step for the automaker, which was first to market a production hydrogen-powered car, the FCX, back in 2002. Its successor, the 2008 FCX Clarity, can still be found on Southern California roads, and the FCEV promises to take the company’s expertise to new levels as hydrogen cars get a second wind of government support.


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What is it?

Honda’s hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, dubbed the FCEV Concept, is the most radical car at the show. But aside from its spaceship dimensions and glowing LEDs, the FCEV is a simple next step for the automaker, which was first to market a production hydrogen-powered car, the FCX, back in 2002. Its successor, the 2008 FCX Clarity, can still be found on Southern California roads, and the FCEV promises to take the company’s expertise to new levels as hydrogen cars get a second wind of government support.

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