Sunday, 23 April 2017

2018 Honda Clarity Burns Hydrogen, Not Rubber, in New York

Source: The Drive, 19th April 2017, by Lawrence Ulrich

Lawrence Ulrich reported, "Take that, Tesla: Honda's fuel-cell marvel covers 366 miles, fills up in five minutes. (...) An output of 3.1 kilowatts per liter of displacement is a record for production fuel cell cars. That powerplant drives an electric motor to the tune of 174 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque, up a respective 30 and 17 percent, at a peak 13,000 rpm. (...) A pair of hydrogen tanks below and behind the passenger seat hold 5.5 kilograms of hydrogen at 10,000 psi, twice the pressure of the previous Clarity. (...)"

Read more at: http://www.thedrive.com/new-cars/9187/2018-honda-clarity-burns-hydrogen-not-rubber-in-new-york