2008 FCX Clarity

2007 FCX Clarity

Honda unveiled the FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November 2007.

Designed as a dedicated fuel cell vehicle, the FCX Clarity is powered by the Honda V Flow fuel cell stack.

Thanks to the innovative layout of the fuel cell power plant, the FCX Clarity offers superior design, packaging and driving performance.

Emitting no CO2 in operation, the FCX Clarity offers not only the ultimate in environmental responsibility but also real-world performance and appeal.

Honda V Flow fuel cell stack

Honda V Flow fuel cell stack

Layout of the fuel cell power plant

Layout of the fuel cell power plant

FCX Clarity: Principal Specifications (Japan model)

Number of occupants 4
Powertrain Motor Max. output 100kW
Max. torque 256N·m
Type AC synchronous electric motor
(permanent magnet)
Fuel cell stack Type PEMFC
(Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell)
Max. output 100kW
Lithium ion battery Voltage 288V
Fuel Type Compressed hydrogen
Storage Pressurized hydrogen tank (35MPa)
Tank capacity 171 liters
Dimensions (L × W × H) 4,835 × 1,845 × 1,470mm
Vehicle weight 1,635kg
Maximum speed 160km/ h
Energy storage Lithium ion battery