Honda's Clarity- the first fuel-cell-powered sedan for the masses - set to hit the streets in 2008

At the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show, Honda unveiled the 2009 FCX Clarity – a vertical flow fuel-cell-powered sedan fashioned after a concept car announced in 2005 at the Tokyo Motor Show. The hydrogen-powered car will be available to a limited number of Southern California drivers in the summer of 200...

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