Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s next-generation FC Stack-equipped FCX fuel cell vehicle has been certified by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport for use on public roads. Honda will lease the new FCX in various regions of the country starting next year. It has already been leasing the current generation in the U.S. and Japan since December 2002. Honda has been testing the vehicle in cold weather climates and says it is capable of starting in sub-zero temperatures, an important ...
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