Completely powered by the Honda V Flow fuel stack, the 2012 Honda FCX Clarity Electric Sedan is sleekly styled to look and perform as the car of tomorrow. The FCX Clarity is powered by an AC Synchronous Permanent-Magnet motor with an output power of 134 Hp and 189 torque. Honda used a sophisticated technology called the Honda V flow which uses specially designed fuel cell stack with improved output power and efficiency. The proton exchange membrane fuel cell or the PEMFC efficiently delivers 100kW output power.
Previously, a lot of car manufacturers have dreamt of manufacturing an environment friendly car, but Honda once again proved why they are the world's leader in car design and manufacturing. Honda was the first to master a sophisticated engine technology to power the hybrid car with zero emission without compromising the performance of the car. Fueled with compressed hydrogen gas, FCX Clarity has a tank capacity of 3.92 kilograms at 5000 psi which can drive up to 432 kilometers. The electric sedan is rated with 77 city gge and 68 highway gge, where gge is an equivalent of mpg.
Inside and out, 2012 Honda FCX Clarity electric sedan proves to be a sophisticated design with the sleek body sculptured for futuristic look and the interior that uses high standard materials for comfort and style that are eco-friendly as well. FCX Clarity electric sedan is available in one trim, but can be upgraded to feature a leather interior.