Honda has rolled its fuel cell vehicle, Clarity. The zero-emissions Clarity will be the first of its kind to be a five-seater.
Honda targeting to sell just 200 vehicles in the first year, and all the units will be leased out to government organizations, such as the Environment Ministry, and businesses.
In Japan, the monthly leasing cost will be about 100,000 yen (Rs. 58961).The Clarity will debut in the American market later this year.
The fuel cell technology from Honda is super-clean, running on the energy from the hydrogen stored as fuel combined with oxygen in the air. The Clarity emits only water and will have a range of 750 kilometers on a full tank, which is very efficient for a sedan.
The Honda Clarity will be equipped with the revised fuel cell, which is more powerful, and smaller in size, allowing for five passengers.