The new Honda FCEV Concept car has been officially presented to the public, in a world premiere, during the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The Japanese based automaker Honda has finally pulled the wraps off the FCEV Concept, just a few days after teasing it, during the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. The model in question has been designed to preview the FCX Clarity successor and it’s coming with an aerodynamic design, with a floating style roof, protruding grille and covered wheels.
“The Honda FCEV Concept hints at Honda’s future direction for fuel-cell vehicles. While this car is a concept, it points toward a very real future”, said the company’s CEO of American Honda Motor, Tetsuo Iwamura.
The Honda FCEV Concept has a fuel-cell powertrain packaged in the engine bay and thanks to the so-called “significant technological advancements”, the vehicle will have 60 percent more power. The total driving range of the vehicle, on a single fill up, which will take approximately 3 minutes, will stand at more than 482 km (300 miles). Unfortunately Honda didn’t provide any more details on the FCEV Concept so our guess is that the company is keeping it partially into the shadows, until the final production version will be unveiled.