One can't help but wonder if Motor Trend felt the need to include at least one
car on their list of "
Top 10 Cars of 2007
", considering that none of the other machines come close to delivering good fuel mileage or an eco-image. Whatever their reasoning, they chose to include the
Honda FCX Clarity
on their list, saying that "it
blew us away because, as the world's first production fuel-cell vehicle, it gave us the chance to drive the future, now." That is certainly debatable, considering that it requires hydrogen -- which is a little more difficult to find than gas. Take a look at the full list:
[Source: Motor Trend]