Honda has shown the latest version of its FCV hydrogen fuel cell concept car at the Detroit Motor Show, said to offer a glimpse of how the 2016 production car will look.
Its hydrogen fuel cell stack is located under the bonnet, is 33% smaller and has a 60% increase in power density than the equivalent used in the Honda FCX Clarity. This layout also means Honda can use the stack in other body styles.
The carmaker is claiming a range of 300 miles on the American EPA test cycle, with seating for five and a refuelling time of three minutes. Japanese customers will be able to place orders in March 2016, followed by the United States and Europe.