Honda FCX Clarity hard at work at Tokyo's Narita International Airport
At the request of HySUT (The Research Association of Hydrogen Supply/Utilization Technology), the Honda FCXs swung into action at Narita Airport on September 5. The vehicles will be evaluated under real-world driving conditions along roadways that range from free-flowing expressways to congested, stoplight-riddled city streets. Narita Airport says the FCXs will see constant use, meaning that Honda techs should gain useful data from this extensive real-world trial of the technology behind "the ultimate zero-emission car."
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