Honda will present its first fuel call vehicle in two years
Currently, the Japanese auto manufacturer Honda is one of leaders that is working on development of a fuel cell vehicles. In 2005, the carmaker launched limited production of the FCX hatchback; however, the automaker is going to produce a new model by 2016.
Honda has recently confirmed launching of the next model based on the FCX and comes on the auto market in two years. First, the fuel cell novelty will be brought on the local market and later on both European and U.S.
According to the carmaker, there is our future in fuel cell cars. Both largest Japanese auto manufacturers agree with that fact and approve the great potential in hydrogen.
A fuel cell vehicle is an electric car in fact, but it is powered by hydrogen. The battery pf such cars is able to produce the output of about 134 horsepower. Moreover, the full tank of the hydrogen has to be enough to take a distance of 435 miles as well.
However, now we have a problem –there is no stations providing hydrogen. The modern infrastructure does not allow easy access for that.
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