SANTA MONICA, CA – While most of the attention surrounding Honda Motor Co. Ltd.’s latest fuel-cell car rightly is centered on its zero-emissions powertrain, environmentalists may be pleased to find the auto maker didn’t skimp on “green” when it came to the vehicle’s interior. The FCX Clarity, which will be leased in small numbers to consumers and fleet customers in Japan and Southern California next year, marks the first application of Honda’s corn-derived bio-fabric in a production model. ...
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