Honda Motor Co. Ltd. pegs 2015 as the year that real mass production of fuel cell cars will finally become viable. Honda R&D Chief Engineer Yozo Kami tells Bloomberg News that the cost of a fuel cell car needs to come down "by a factor of 100" to be more acceptable to consumers. Honda’s FCX-V4 will be on sale in limited numbers in 2003, It carries a high-pressure hydrogen fuel tank and can travel 196 miles (315 km) at speeds up to 88 mph (140 km/h). Honda and Toyota Motor Corp. will ...

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