Honda’s hydrogen fuel-cell powered FCX Clarity is due to debut in the United States this month. Its sole emission is water vapour.
While not all the kinks in it have been worked out, it looks promising – here’s a road test:
Refuelling is a problem at the moment, as there aren’t too many gas stations equipped with hydrogen: however as the chairman of Honda reportedly said, there weren’t too many places to get petrol when the Model T first appeared either.
The FCX Clarity bears another similarity to the Model T in terms of options: you can get it in any colour you like so long as it’s red.