One year after the introduction of its sleek fuel cell-powered FCX concept, Honda's unveiled the production version. The 2008 FCX Clarity uses hydrogen to power its V Flow fuel cell, which charges its lithium ion batteries, which ultimately power the electric motor. The result is a zero-emissions car with seating for five and a range of 270 miles. The interior features plant-derived fabric and other renewable materials. Refueling station limitations confine sales to Southern California residents only, who can enter into a three-year lease for around $600 a month. The FCX Clarity goes on sale in the summer of 2008.
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