Honda plans to deliver about 200 FCX Clarity hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles to customers in the first three years of production, with leases beginning in July, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today. The lease program marks...
The FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle is serving as the official car of the 2008 Indy Japan event being held at Twin Ring Motegi in Tochigi, Japan, April 17-19. Clickhere for the high-resolution photos. Clickhere for the press release.
The Honda CR-Z, a lightweight sports hybrid concept vehicle, and the FCX Clarity, a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle set to begin limited retail marketing in summer 2008, are bringing some of the most advanced environmental technologies from H...
Honda today unveiled the FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show, announcing plans to begin limited retail marketing of the vehicle in summer 2008.
The FCX Clarity is a next-generation, zero-emissions, hydrogen-power...
Honda today announced that it has begun using the Home Energy Station IV at its Honda R&D Americas, Inc. facility in Torrance, California. This fourth-generation experimental unit is designed to provide fuel for a hydrogen-powered fu...
Honda's next generation hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle will make its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, November 14, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today.
Based on the FCX Concept that has impressed journalists at...
Honda has paced the industry in the development and application of hydrogen
fuel cell technology as well as the refueling infrastructure that ultimately
will be required to take it to the mass market.
Always, Honda has sought t...
The IRS announced in July that the hydrogen-powered Honda FCX fuel cell vehicle
became eligible for the Qualified Fuel Cell Motor Vehicle Credit program. The
credit is part of the federal Energy Policy Act of 2005, which seeks to...
A fully-functional Honda FCX Concept vehicle will be on display for the first time to the general public at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The FCX Concept features a newly developed compact, high-efficiency Honda FC Stack as well as a low-fl...
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., today held a demonstration drive of the next-generation FCX Concept fuel cell vehicle at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California. The FCX Concept features a newly developed compact, high-efficiency...
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today held a demonstration drive of the next-generation FCX Concept fuel cell vehicle. The FCX Concept features a newly developed compact, high-efficiency Honda FC Stack as well as a low-floor, low-riding, short-nos...
Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you very much for taking the time to make the
long trip to visit us here at the Tochigi R&D Center.
More than 35 years ago, I began my career at Honda R&D as part of a team
creating a cleaner-burnin...
The Honda FCX continues to reinforce Honda's leadership in the development and rollout of environmental technology. This year, the FCX takes advantage of refueling software upgrades to extend the drive range to 210 miles. These upgrades ...
The second generation of the Honda FCX made its debut in the 2005 model year. Featuring an all-new Honda developed fuel cell stack, it is capable of starting in temperatures as low as -20oC (-4oF). This new stack also delivers increased ...
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., announced today the one-year anniversary of
the world's first lease of a hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle to an
individual retail customer. The anniversary marks the halfway point of a successful...
Signaling a rapid advancement in its fuel
cell vehicle technology, Honda today announced that
it will begin production in Japan of its next generation FCX hydrogen powered
fuel cell vehicle (FCV) in three to four years. The F...
Thank you and good afternoon everyone.
Honda has long enjoyed a special relationship with our customers in America.
And we are a better company because of the many challenges we have faced to
meet their needs. In 2004, we marked t...
Further advancing its vision of
a gasoline- and emissions-free transportation future, Honda R&D Americas,
Inc., in conjunction with technology partner Plug Power Inc., today introduced
the Home Energy Station III, which provi...
The second generation of the Honda FCX made its debut in the 2005 model year.
Featuring an all-new Honda developed fuel cell stack, this vehicle is capable
of starting in temperatures as low as -20 oC (-4oF). This new stack
The 2006 Honda FCX, the world's most advanced production fuel cell vehicle,
is once again breaking new ground with power supplied by Honda's originally
developed fuel cell stack (Honda FC Stack) capable of starting and operating ...