The 2012 Honda FCX Clarity Electric Sedan is the world's first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle ever introduced and produced for mass production. Powered with fossil fuel, Honda FCX Clarity promises zero emission so it does harm the environment to drive. Of course, you don't have to be an environmental enthusiast to get excited over this concept. Tagged as the car of the future, Clarity Electric Sedan is making waves on the road, as many smart buyers choose to go with the environment friendly approach. That being said, this is certainly not a vehicle that just anyone will be able to afford.
Powered with a proton exchange Fuel Cell platform, the 2012 Honda FCX Clarity Electric Sedan gives a whole new meaning to the Hybrid car segment. FCX Clarity is equipped with Honda V Flow technology that is powered with Honda V fuel cells that are designed to improve the weight for a compact stack cells and more efficiency and power compared to other competitors. Honda FCX Clarity has an electric motor located at the base of the EV Plus that is rated with 134 horsepower and 189 pound-feet of torque. With the sophisticated design that powers the Clarity, the result is a steady acceleration and impressive torque while keeping the engine serene. The hybrid sedan is estimated to drive 77 miles for every kilogram of hydrogen for city driving and 67 miles for every kilogram of hydrogen for highway driving. For the full tank capacity of 4.1 kg of hydrogen, the electric sedan can drive about 240 miles.
Since Honda FCX Clarity Electric Sedan is the car of the future, the exterior and interior of the car were sleekly designed to complete the futuristic look. Not only is the Clarity Electric Sedan environmental friendly for the engine technology used, but also for most of the materials infused in the interior and exterior of the car. The front end of the electric sedan features a six-sided grill with a sophisticated body color of metallic shades. Inside the Honda FCX Clarity is a stunning yet comfortable five passenger design that is warm and inviting. All seats are covered with a special material that is silky and very soft to touch with improved durability.
The Honda FCX Clarity Electric Sedan is special. Where else are you going to find a car that emits water vapor from its tail pipe, and that is it fuel cells convert oxygen and hydrogen to electricity by using an electro chemical reaction on board. While this seems complex, what it means to you is a fun, practical and fuel-efficient drive.