Honda FCX Clarity

Honda is miles ahead of the rest of the world in the realm of zero-emissions fuel-cell technology.  This car and this concept could be world changing once a clean and economical source for hydrogen is developed.

From Honda Press Release:

"The FCX Clarity’s only emission is water. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions come only from the production of hydrogen, which varies by source; however, well-to-wheel CO2 emissions using hydrogen reformed from natural gas -- the most widely used method of production today -- are less than half that of a conventional gasoline vehicle. With the production of hydrogen from water by electrolysis, CO2 emissions can be further reduced and ultimately approach zero if the electricity used for electrolysis is generated using solar, wind, water, or nuclear power."

This real world-ready car is available for lease in limited numbers in the summer of 2008.

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