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Honda has announced a few more details about the whos and wheres of the FCX Clarity launch that is due to kick off next summer. We already knew that lessees would pay $600 a month for the car, which covers all maintenance costs and collision insurance; fuel is extra. Honda told Automotive News that about 50 people have told Honda that they'd like to be among the few who get to lease an FCX Clarity. Honda also said that three Honda dealers, in or near the cities of Santa Monica, Irvine and Torrance in Southern California, will be the places to get an FCX Clarity. If you're interested in adding your name to the 50, you can do so at the official FCX Clarity site. And click on the First Drive link below to read what it's like to cruise the streets in one of these $10m puppies.

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[Source: Kathy Jackson / Automotive News]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      As far as I know, this is the first public offering of a hydrogen car where the fuel was _not_ paid for by the manufacturer. This is an interesting twist, if true.

      Anyone know what a hydrogen fill-up costs?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Honda, If you're going to build ultra-expensive impractical cars, why are you not building an electric-diesel-plugin hybrid?

      And who's going to come up with the multi-trillion dollar investment for the hydrogen rollout? Don't ask U.S. Taxpayer. We've already got a 9 trillion dollar deficit, and two ongoing unfunded wars.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I wonder how far a car would go if it had a battery worth $9.9 million...

      Hydrogen is dead