Honda fuel-cell car to debut at LA Auto Show
At the Los Angeles Auto Show in December Honda will introduce its third-generation fuel-cell system in an updated version of the FCX concept vehicle.
The latest fuel-cell powertrain will be installed in the FCX - the five-passenger luxury sedan that Honda unveiled last fall at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The Honda FCX Concept is designed with a short front end to make the most of its unique low-floor platform, creating a comfortably large cabin.
The FCX Concept also features Honda’s advanced intelligent technologies that reduce driver burden, and the spacious interior allows for extra-large seats to maximize comfort.
The EPA rates the hydrogen-powered 2006 Honda FCX at 62 mpg in city driving and 51 mpg on the highway.