The FCX equipped with the Honda FC Stack, a remarkably compact, next-generation fuel cell stack that delivers high performance, yet operates at freezing temperatures, is introduced in October 2003.
It is the world's first fuel stack to feature a stamped metal separator structure and newly developed electrolyte membranes.
Honda began public testing of the vehicle's cold start and driving performance capabilities to advance more widespread use of fuel cell vehicles.
Honda FC Stack
FCX testing on the public road in the U.S.
|Hydrogen supply||High-pressure hydrogen tank (350 atm)|
|Hydrogen storage capacity||156.6L|
|Fuel cell stack||Honda-manufactured|
|Motor max. output||80kW (109PS)|
|Motor max. torque||272N·m (27.7kg·m)|
|Max. speed||150 km/h|
|Vehicle range||430 km|
|Number of occupants||4|
|Cargo space (VDA system)||102L|