The Honda FCV was debuted at the North American International Auto Show, taking place in Detroit. This concept will hit the production line in 2016.
The Japanese carmaker will also offer next-generation, advanced powertrain vehicles, including a new battery-electric model and plug-in hybrid model by 2018, to increase its sales volume for eco-friendly vehicles.
Honda even has plans to build VTEC turbo engines, which will be built in Ohio and will debut later this year.
Key Features of the Honda FCV Concept:
- Honda's next fuel-cell vehicle
- spacious cabin
- seating for five-passengers
- ange estimated to be in excess of 300 miles
- refueling time of approximately 3 minutes
- fuel cell stack fits entirely under the hood
- 33 percent smaller with a 60 percent increase in power
- low, wide aerodynamic body
- new powertrain packaging efficiencies