Honda FCV: the production model for the Hall of Tokyo

Honda FCV Honda FCV: el modelo de producción para el Salón de Tokyo The Honda FCV until now was a prototype which anticipated the use of hydrogen for future models of Japanese brand. However this fact will change, since the Tokyo Motor Show held in late October, will be presented the production version of the vehicle driven by technology stack fuel .

The initials mean FCV Fuel Cell Vehicle , so it’s just a provisional name and it is expected that the production model is renamed in his presentation. It will also have a peculiarity, as it will be the first vehicle production host system fuel cell propulsion in space that normally occupy the engine and transmission.

Honda FCV interior Honda FCV: el modelo de producción para el Salón de Tokyo This solution saloon gets more space in the cockpit, offering enough space for accommodate five adults comfortably, thanks to its large spaces. Since Honda say the FCV has a range of over 700 kilometers , also promising a high power to ensure an experience of “incredible driving.”

But it is not the only novelty of the fuel cell that drives it. This system can also serve Mobile Power Station because it using an external power inverter is able to generate and supply electricity to the community in an emergency.

For other details Honda FCV will have to wait until October 28 , when will open the Hall of Tokyo. This new hydrogen-powered vehicle will not come alone , Honda will take the opportunity to show other models like the Civic Type R (which comes first in Japan), the new Honda S660 or the prototype Honda Project 2 & 4 powered by a MotoGP.

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