Honda equips an FCX Clarity with a mobile power supply system and reveals a new solar-powered hydrogen-fueling station in Japan.
Forget electric cars and stuff hybrids -- fuel cell vehicles are the future. We've just spent some time behind the wheel of a Honda FCX Clarity and we're pretty convinced this is what your kids'll be driving when you go grey.
Brian Cooley takes a look at the Honda FCX, at the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Honda unveils its FCX Clarity the four-door sedan
Honda is driving the hydrogen highway forward with the release of its FCX Clarity fuel-cell vehicle. The four-door sedan features features a compact fuel cell stack and a lithium-ion battery pack, to drive the car with zero emissions. The Clarity will be produced in small numbers and leased to retail customers in 2008
CNET News.com's Charles Cooper talks to Editor at Large Brian Cooley about Honda's FCX Clarity, the first commercial hydrogen car on the market.
Honda to debut production FCX in LA
First Honda FCX Clarity customers receive the ceremonial key to their Honda hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle on Friday in Santa Monica, Calif.
Last December, James May, co-host of the UK car show 'Top Gear,' flew to LA to test drive the Honda FCX Clarity, which he calls "the most important car since the car was invented."
Historians, take note: Honda's FCX is the first hydrogen-fuel-cell car in production.