Back in 2010, we reviewed the Honda FCX Clarity. It was the first time Honda’s hydrogen fuel cell car had made it to British shores. We were impressed by the quality of the vehicle and smoothness of the drive, but there seemed to be some significant reservations as to its potential as a future consumer fuel back then. Four years later, we look at how the situation has changed.
Hydrogen fuel cell cars are zero-carbon emission vehicles, emitting only water. They refuel much like conventional ICE engines and the new 2015 Honda Clarity FCX will do 430 driving miles…read more.