Honda Confirms Fuel Cell Vehicle for 2015

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Honda has recently announced that it will introduce a new fuel cell vehicle (FCV), with the car being scheduled to arrive in 2015. The automotive producer hasn’t offered to many details about the car, only saying that this will “showcase further technological advancement and significant cost reduction that Honda has accomplished.”
The new hydrogen-sipping car is expected to replace the FCX Clarity and will be offered in Europe, Japan and in the US. Of course, the hydrogen infrastructure issue still remains, so we can only hope that this is further developed by 2015.

In addition to that, Honda has also explained that, from now on, it will develop its cars at the same time in all the regions of the globe, which will allow all markets to receive new cars at the same time. In addition to that, the move will reduce costs for the company.
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