UTSUNOMIYA, Japan — With the development of the fuel cell-powered FCX-V3, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. has moved forward to full integration of its alternative vehicle activities. The EV Plus-platform, hydrogen-powered model was unveiled Sept. 28 at the automaker's Tochigi R&D Center (and to the American press in Torrance, CA in October). The consensus of nearly a dozen journalists attending a test drive is positive. The FCX-V3, driven by its 60-kW motor produces 22% more power than its ...

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