Honda unveiled a concept preview of its hydrogen fuel cell vehicles during the L.A. Auto Show last week.
The concept can carry up to five passengers and previews a possible styling direction for the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle Honda will begin offering both the Japanese and U.S. markets in 2015.
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By hosing all the drivetrain components in the “engine room,” Honda says it is able to offer the five-passenger capacity compared to a four-person maximum with the hydrogen concept Toyota unveiled during the Tokyo Motor Show last week. Honda says the concept offers about 300 miles of driving range on its current technology, which is roughly 60 percent more efficient at harvesting electricity form hydrogen fuel than the system found in its current FCX Clarity.
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