Honda has officially unveiled the new FCEV fuel cell vehicle concept, during the 2014 Detroit Motor Show, in a local premiere.
After it has made its public debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, just a couple of months ago, the Honda FCEV concept car is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker officially showing it at the 2014 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The model in question is basically the same car as the one unveiled in Los Angeles and it’s said to have been designed in order to offer a preview of the FCX Clarity successor, with its design elements.
The Honda FCEV fuel cell vehicle concept has an aerodynamic design, a protruding front grille, a floating style roof and covered wheels. The one-off car has a fuel-cell powertrain packaged in the engine compartment with “significant technological advancements” and it’s said to have 60 percent more power and a total driving range will stand at more than 482 km (300 miles). Filling up the tank will take approximately 3 minutes. Additional details on the FCEV Concept are limited for the moment and will probably be announced at a future event.