Honda recently discontinued the Clarity fuel-cell vehicle, but it’s not giving up on the tech. Honda has announced that it will introduce a new CR-V fuel-cell electric vehicle in 2024 and it will be built at its Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio.


The new CR-V FCEV will also be unique, since it will offer a plug-in feature to enable the driver to charge the onboard battery to for EV driving around town with the flexibility of using hydrogen for longer trips.

“Honda established our goal to realize carbon neutrality by 2050 and the complete electrification of our vehicle lineup by 2040 is critical to achieving it,” said Gary Robinson, vice president of Auto Planning & Strategy for American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “As we accelerate our plan to produce Honda battery EVs in the United States, we also will begin low volume production of fuel cell electric vehicles there to further explore their great potential as part of a sustainable transportation future.”