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The Honda FCV Can Supply Power To External Devices

 - Nov 19, 2014
References: headlineauto & gizmag
The Honda FCV Concept is a refined and upgraded version of the FCEV, a hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicle that was unveiled by Honda a year ago.

The vehicle's fuel cell stack is 33% smaller than that of the FCEV and offers an output of over 100 Kilowatts or 134 horsepower. Its powertrain is located entirely under the car's hood, allowing for a roomy cabin that can comfortably seat five passengers.

The FCV has an impressive range of 700 km on a mere three-minute fueling. Additionally, the vehicle can even be used to supply electricity to devices -- using the Honda Power Exporter -- in response to outages.

A production version of the Honda FCV is expected to be made available for sale in March 2016 in Japan, followed by a wider commercial rollout in the USA and Europe.