The FCX Clarity takes much of its exterior design language from the FCX Concept, which Honda unveiled last year, including a swooping roofline and a short nose.
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Being a hydrogen fuel cell car, the FCX Clarity has no need for traditional combustion-engine dials and gauges. Instead, it gets a colorful instrument arrangement to give drivers an indication of hydrogen consumption in real time.
To go with the advanced drive train tech, the FCX Clarity gets a generous helping of cabin gadgetry, including navigation system programmed with hydrogen-station locations, climate-controlled seats, and Bluetooth hands-free calling.