The Honda FCX is a car that runs purely on hydrogen fuel instead of gasoline, which makes its only emission water. Surprisingly, this water is totally clean and drinkable, and the 'Honda H2O' brand of water happens to be made entirely from the emissions of a Honda Clarity.
The water brand was developed for Honda by Leo Burnett Melbourne and it was later launched at an Australian cinema along with a commercial for the FCX, showing someone wringing water from a miniature car into a glass of water. By providing a free bottle of water for each theatre seat, Honda gave people the chance to sample chance to taste just how good the car is for the environment.
As a brand, there might even be bigger plans for Honda H2O, as a staple inside fridges at Honda locations and dealerships.
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