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Honda FCX Clarity, World Car of the Year in Green Car Category

3 October 2011 No Comment

2009 Honda FCX Clarity on Road 500x305 Honda FCX Clarity, World Car of the Year in Green Car Category
The Honda FCX Clarity is a four-door sedan is very smooth, but did not start like that. Derivative of the FCX-V2 in 1999, the concept Honda fuel cell has been developed over the eight years since they had lost weight, gained efficiency, and become the most recent version, the FCX Clarity. Very fuel efficient green cars are cars to fuel cell hydrogen. The car itself grows easily at highway speeds, accelerate the accumulation of soft power. Insulation from road noise incredible, and despite some strange noises and the sound produced by the hydrogen version of the valve system, but not strong enough to divert attention from the emergence of an impressive calm. With all the advantages of this car, the FCX Clarity’s position as World Car of the Year in the green car.

Luxury View of 2009 Honda FCX Clarity 500x312 Honda FCX Clarity, World Car of the Year in Green Car Category
Wise, details on fuel saving techniques, including electric wheelchairs and thermo-electric heating and cooling, which prevents the use A / C. Good visibility to all, including through the window of one of the pillars of the greenhouse diving under the car. Safety equipment includes side curtain airbags driver and front passenger, collision mitigation braking, adaptive cruise control and rearview camera. Luxury cars that was awarded in 2009 to bring this very comfortable while driving for reasons of family, business or vacation and leisure fun.

2009 Honda FCX Clarity the World Car of Green Car 500x332 Honda FCX Clarity, World Car of the Year in Green Car Category

Silver Interior of 2009 Honda FCX Clarity 500x305 Honda FCX Clarity, World Car of the Year in Green Car Category

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