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Honda to display US-spec Clarity FCV in New York


This week the 2016 New York Auto Show kicks off on March 23 and Honda has announced that it will be showing off the US-spec version of the Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle.

The Clarity will be available to customers in California before the end of this year and Honda expects it to be priced around $60,000 with a targeted monthly lease under $500. The hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell will have a driving range over 300 miles and will only take three to five minutes to refuel. Although, Honda has only shown the Clarity Fuel Cell in red, it will also be available in black or white paint schemes.

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"We're pleased to be able to offer this first look at the U.S. version of the Clarity Fuel Cell sedan in advance of its market arrival later this year," said John Mendel, executive vice president, Automobile Division, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. "The Clarity Fuel Cell is the first in an expanding portfolio of advanced electrified vehicles from Honda that will create a new pillar in our product lineup."

Source: Honda

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