Honda FCX Clarity 2014 Eco-Friendly Future Car Design – At a glance Honda FCX looks like a future design car. Especially with its smooth curved roof line and slender body. Although seen in some body details that are a bit reminiscent of the Toyota Prius. The Honda FCX Clarity 2014 Clarity with hybrid aerodynamics is one step further, achieving the highest efficiency of the fuel cell powertrain.
The interior of the Honda FCX Clarity 2014 has a straight and clean line and silver accents. Honda tried to make this car look like it was in the future when it first entered the Clarity cabin. Although not very successful, because controls that look like fuel are attractive from aesthetic appeal. This makes the flash point a future car. Clarity enhances the eco-friendly philosophy of cars, seating materials made from plants, which are very comfortable. The technology in this car is abundant, with a navigation system with voice recognition and a rear view camera and XM Radio helps to stay connected, even finding the next hydrogen charging station.
In terms of security, Honda complements the Honda FCX Clarity 2014 with six airbags, Vehicle Stability Assist, and Electric Brake Distribution systems. There is even a Collision Reduction Braking System, which tells drivers about certain potential collisions.
Performance of Honda FCX Clarity 2014 where this car is electrically powered. The electricity produced by the 100-kW Honda Vertical Flow (V Flow) hydrogen fuel pile. This engine, which is based on the motor at EV Plus, produces 134 horsepower and 189 lb-ft of torque. This electric motor is mated to a high-efficiency lithium-ion battery pack, which has a lighter and denser package than before. The only downside is using hydrogen to run.
The Honda FCX Clarity 2014 has efficiency, when tired of gas-guzzler, the Honda FCX Clarity may be the right choice. With one of the highest mpg equivalent ratings, the fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) gets 61 MPGe. This allows traveling up to 240 miles before refueling.