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Honda Clarity fuel cell car given official range of 366 miles per tankful in US

Honda Clarity

The Honda Clarity Fuel Cell car has received the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) driving range rating of 366 miles per tankful.

It has also received a fuel economy rating of 68 miles per gallon (109km/l).

The hydrogen-powered car is due to arrive in a limited number of European markets by the end of the year through the HyFive programme to promote the development, use and viability of a hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.

Together with industry partners, Honda is looking to gather real world user experiences of fuel cell vehicles and the use of hydrogen refuelling stations.


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