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Can Honda's hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell go mainstream?



Read the Roadshow review: http://cnet.co/2gvuCcr
With 366 miles of emissions-free range, quick fill ups and solid performance and tech, there’s just one thing holding Honda’s second generation hydrogen fuel cell vehicle back.

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  • Rich Renwick
    March 1, 2017

    The future is already here?

  • order9066
    March 2, 2017

    I'm waiting for the Sierra Club and the Union of Concerned Scientists to make a car. They're so smart, I bet it will have the space of a large SUV and get 500 mpg.

  • varanidguy
    March 8, 2017

    Eat your heart out Elon Musk! Mister hydrogen can't and won't happen. hahahahaha!

  • YTDC exposed AKA Paul
    March 9, 2017

    straight out of the early 90s oldsmobile's with the covered rear wheel arch

  • YTDC exposed AKA Paul
    March 9, 2017

    60 grand for that sack of shit on wheels? no thanks

  • Kelly KitKat
    March 14, 2017

    Yes, but everywhere there is an electric outlet plug, with a sufficiently long extension chord, and adaptor, you can plug in a Tesla car.

  • Kelly KitKat
    March 14, 2017

    A hydrogen gas station – how many cars will it fill up before they put up a sign – sorry, out of hydrogen? 10 cars, every seven hours? Nobody really addresses the logistics…

  • Kelly KitKat
    March 14, 2017

    Tesla, they do think about logistics, from focusing on luxury cars first, to promoting solar power demand… to help power the cars.. very pragmatic. Fuel cell vehicles might still happen, but nobody seems to have a plan how, the way Tesla has a plan to make the Litthium economy happen. The automobile changed social mores – see movie, Bonnie and Clyde (Faye Dunaway) – couples no longer needed parents' permission to elope, crossing State lines.. likewise, the electric light, created "the night life", as in "life is short, player"… But Tesla, and AI, will create a surveillance grid.. It's 3 am, and Homeland Security knows exactly where your daughter is, and who she is with.. Rumspringa, no more. Footloose – dancing banned, everywhere… could happen. Trump is wack, votto..

  • Kelly KitKat
    March 14, 2017

    .. And one Admiral's daughter… Into the danger zone, eh Mav?

  • Dougie Quick
    March 20, 2017

    A hydrogen vehicle needs to manufacture it's OWN hydrogen! Pour in water, start the cycle and when there is enough hydrogen? DRIVE THAT would be awesome?

  • Code Zalo
    April 4, 2017

    This was a great review bro! Thoroughly enjoyed it !

  • gasdorfic muncher
    April 6, 2017

    anyway for exhaust to fill a water bottle you drink it ? id pay to see that, if the car served drinks cold from the exhaust I'm sold

  • gasdorfic muncher
    April 6, 2017

    looks like a storm trooper star wars style

  • Sergey Yevtukh
    April 10, 2017

    I hope by the time Honda realize the BEV is actually the way consumer will go , they will redesign at least a rear of that car in more conventional car like ioniq , Niro or Tesla, coz I like the interior of this car a lot.. And after batteries price and density improve aka Tesla m3 , than there's little to gain from that ugly aero dynamic stuff they dress up this overall not bad looking sedan…

  • Johny40Se7en
    April 17, 2017

    So much battery electric fanboy and negative shit about the way the cars look in the comments, wise the fuck up you moaners, they're basically concept cars on the road, of course they're gonna look a bit funky, and most porsche cars have had the same boring ugly as fuck looks for about half a century but they sold like hot cakes, still do.

    These sort of cars are the future. A lot of hydrogen is made from a clean renewable source, so much of it, like in California is made from solar or wind power, and stored efficiently too and not all of it is transported using filthy diesel powered lorries or trains, these refinements need to be sorted on a mainstream level so it can hit that 'flashpoint' in the market.

    And it could really be done easily and pretty quickly, people are just way too lazy to do try and change with it and support it, instead they prefer to just sit on their fat lazy asses in their dirty bubbles, using whatever diesel shit mobile they already got and instead of changing for the better, they'd prefer to chuck disgusting toxic filth into the air.

    Thing is though, most adults have something in common and that is that they want a good future for their kids, well it's their kids that are gonna have to breathe all the shit their "parents" are chucking into the air, even the greedy rich heads of dirty energy and oil companies have kids so they really need to have a think about what they're doing right now, not by 2020 or later, now, knob heads. The technology's there, it can be done, just bloody do it.

    And about battery electric cars, there's a good reason for that 'range anxiety', batteries are a load of crap, their range is a load of bollocks, they take ages to charge even with "rapid" charging and even when they have those rapid chargers, that fucks with how long the battery lasts in general, and those batteries, bloody hell, they're so filthy to make and eventually when those dirty batteries go bad, and that won't be that long rapid charging all the time, they'll be very expensive and still very dirty to replace. People need waking up so badly.

    And who gives a shit what Elon Musk says about hydrogen cars and technology, he's obviously gonna say something negative about them because his company is based around and sells battery electric vehicles.

    I enjoyed this video a lot, well done and a lot of good points.

  • Tom Tompkins
    April 18, 2017

    can I fill it with fuel at my home or at my workplace or even have a service station and sound like it's going to be very popular

  • Daniel Matos
    July 4, 2017

    Finaly a "green" car that not looks like something welse that a normal car… At least in the inside 😀

  • Ricky Jackson
    July 8, 2017

    How about answering the one burning question; does this thing Hindenburg when it is in an accident?

  • Irina Turchenko
    June 30, 2018

    It is look fantastic for me)))

  • Jackson Bangs
    March 13, 2019

    How does this compare to the Tesla Modle 3? Where can I refuel it in Southern Oregon?

  • Oakley Shedd
    April 15, 2019

    Great review! Very thorough.

  • Art Science Wonder
    August 28, 2019

    So it's 2019 and I have a Hyundai Ionic and it's got 57/59 gpm and it's AMAZZZZING but I really wish it had the awesome screen this one has and the program that shows someone in your blind spot in the actual Camera, but where it has a better display is the gas display system right in front of the driver, it shows sooo much stuff you wouldn't believe, even shows your exact PSI for your tires!

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