Honda Motor Co. Ltd. says it has achieved a significant breakthrough in fuel cell development through a successful cold-weather demonstration of its FCX fuel cell vehicle equipped with a Honda Fuel Cell Stack. The demonstration of the vehicle’s cold-weather performance, including a cold-start in below-freezing temperatures, marks a major hurdle in efforts to create a mass-marketable fuel cell vehicle, Honda says. Testing was conducted at Honda’s test track and on public roads on the ...

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