American Honda Motor Co. Inc.’s FCX fuel cell vehicle receives low-emissions certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board, making it the first fuel cell vehicle in the world to achieve the status. The EPA is labeling the FCX a low-emission vehicle, while CARB classifies it as a zero-emission vehicle. Honda will begin leasing FCXs in the U.S. and Japan later this year in limited numbers, expressly about 30 in California and the Tokyo ...
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