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Honda FCX Clarity hard at work at Tokyo's Narita International Airport

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Honda is looking to test out its fuel cell FCX Clarity by putting casual users in its passenger seats with an experiment at Tokyo's Narita International Airport. According to the automaker, an undisclosed amount of FCX Clarity sedans are now in motion at and around Narita Airport. The fuel cell vehicles will be used to chauffeur passengers from the airport to downtown Tokyo, a distance of around 45 miles.

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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