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Honda's hydrogen fuel car to make U.S. debut at Detroit auto show
Honda's hydrogen fuel car to make U.S. debut at Detroit auto show

Joining an increasingly crowded field of automakers producing zero-emissions alternative fuel vehicles, Honda's FCV hydrogen-powered concept car is to make its U.S. debut at the January North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The long-in-the-works fuel cell vehicle, unveiled last month in Japan, is the next progression in the company's FCX and FCX Clarity cars. Honda says the car features a lower, wider, more aerodynamic body, with a roomier interior than the Clarity -- roomy enough to seat five passengers. The company says it has a range of more than 300 miles. Though it's still a concept vehicle, Honda has said a production version of the car could be...

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