New Fuel Cell Vehicles Have Real-World Appeal
Ten years ago, there was no mistaking a fuel cell vehicle for a sports sedan: The typical fuel cell prototype was a van crammed with fuel cell stacks and batteries that barely left room for a driver.
But now the world's leading automakers are rolling out a new generation of fuel cell cars that are practical, attractive and road-ready after resolving some tricky technological issues.
In Honda Motor Co.'s new FCX Clarity, which will be on display next week at the North American International Auto Show, the fuel cell stack that converts hydrogen to electric power fits snugly between the front seats of a low-slung sedan that accommodates four people and their luggage.
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