Honda FCV Gets Power from a Stack Two Thirds the Usual Size

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 14, 2015
References: automobiles.honda & cnet
Car manufacturers understand that great progress in convenience is necessary to convert motorists into electric vehicle drivers. Exhibited at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, this Honda fuel cell vehicle demonstrates great headway towards greener personal transportation.

The Honda FCV is set to hit roads in 2016, but the concept it's currently looking incredibly tangible. The streamlined body incorporates soft curves for a speedy look that's more seductive than it is sharp. The car company has put great attention into the details of this eco-friendly vehicle, making all of its standard features look like accents.

What you also would have seen on display at NAIAS 2015 is the new-and-improved hydrogen fuel stack. It's been designed lighter and more compact than the previous model, cutting it down about one third of the size.