Honda's FCV Concept would bring ensure at the Detroit Auto Show next month. This car is Honda's latest hydrogen concept car.
FCV is powered by a hydrogen fuel-cell version of the current stack. Honda ensures that refueling only takes about 5 minutes. In addition there is a Honda Power Exporter Concept, a device that is capable of generating an AC power of 9 kW. (Read Also: Overview of Extant Tony Stark's car from Honda)
The new fuel-Cell Stack at Honda's FCV Concept has dimensions 33% smaller than Fuel-Cell that had existed before, and can generate power of 100 kW at every 3.1 kW/l it.
Honda's FCV concept is also equipped with a high-pressure hydrogen storage tanks of 70 MPa which is capable of making a vehicle can run up to 700 km. Tank can be refilled about three minutes, making refueling became faster and easier as a gasoline-fueled vehicles (conventional) that exists today.
This eco-friendly car plan would go on sale in Japan in late March 2016 and thereafter followed will be sold in the Americas and Europe.
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Honda's FCV Concept Mingle at the Detroit Auto Show 2015
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