With 47 miles of electric range, an impressive interior and plenty of standard content, this Clarity PHEV is not to be overlooked.
Honda's Clarity EV, which will debut this spring, will have an 80-mile single-charge range, putting it below that of the Chevrolet Bolt as well as BMW, VW, Hyundai competitors.
This is Honda's next step in zero-emissions driving.
There will soon be three hydrogen vehicles on the market. For some reason, they all cost $500 a month, even though they're all quite different. Odd, no?
Japanese automaker wants the government to figure out its refueling-station regulations as soon as possible.
The name of the upcoming Honda hydrogen vehicle will be the Clarity Fuel Cell. If that name sounds familiar, you've been paying attention.
The Honda Fit EV, which starts leasing on the West Coast later this month, uses components from Honda's four-year-old Clarity hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle to boost the EV's single-charge range, Bloomberg reports.
2009 Honda FCX Clarity - Click above for high-res image gallery
Deliveries of the US-spec FCX Clarity took place back in July and since then plenty of celebrities and excited hydrogen fuel cell advocates have been leasing the vehicles in Southern California. Honda has long planned to also offer the FCX Clarity in Japan, but it wasn't until today that anyone there has been able to take one home. Well, sort of. The first delivery in Japan was to the Ministry of the Environment, which previously had the original FCX fuel cell vehicle. In Japan, Honda will only
It's ironic that the FCX Clarity debuted at this time in this place just weeks after much of the surrounding hillsides were engulfed in flames. Fires at this time of year are pretty typical in this region, but 2007 was especially bad after a long period of drought. Global warming probably didn't cause these fires, but the high temperatures and strong winds certainly amplified the problem. We turned off the PCH by the Pepperdine University campus and headed up Malibu Canyon Rd.