Hydrogen sedan Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

In late September 2015, Honda introduced the first pre-production version of the hatchback hydrogen FCV, which premiered at the October motor show in Tokyo. However, the car will go on sale under the name Honda Clarity Fuel Cell.
Outside the novelty resembles a prototype FCV sample of 2014 in a somewhat simplified form, with the air intakes on the side, lighting the intricate forms and truncated rear arches and got the production version of Clarity Fuel Cell.
Overall length sedan is 4895 mm, width – 1875, and the height is 1475, which is comparable to the more traditional model Honda Accord. Salon in Honda Clarity (2017) less futuristic, compared to the exterior, and is designed for five people.
But the main thing here – it’s electric power plant on fuel cells, which generate energy from a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen. The electric motor on the new Honda Clarity Fuel Cell produces 177 hp, and the hydrogen tanks are located under the boot floor and under the rear sofa.
The manufacturer claims that the model is a power reserve of about 700 kilometers, while for a fee is available to customers special portable power unit Power Exporter 9000, allowing, if necessary, to provide energy from the fuel cell car a cottage.
Sales of Honda Clarity Hydrogen Fuel Cell on the domestic market in Japan will begin in the spring of 2016. Later, the car will appear in the US and Europe, and its competitor now can be called a model of Toyota Mirai, built on a similar principle.

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