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Honda Rolls Out Petroleum-Free Fuel Cell Car

Honda Rolls Out Petroleum-Free Fuel Cell Car

TOCHIGI, Japan, June 16, 2008 (ENS) – Honda’s first hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicle other than concept cars rolled off the assembly line today in Tochigi Prefecture at the world’s first dedicated fuel cell vehicle manufacturing facility. Nineteen years in development, the FCX Clarity was designed from scratch as a fuel cell vehicle. Only water…

Designer Spotlight: Honda's FCX Clarity

Designer Spotlight: Honda's FCX Clarity

It’s not often that “cars” and “sustainable design” get mentioned in the same breath, but we think Honda’s new FCX Clarity is worth the exception. It’s their first production hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, based on the FCX Concept (which we mentioned before [www.sundance.tv]), and, in a couple ways, represents a significant step forward in design…

Big Idea: Hydrogen Fuel Cells & Transportation

Big Idea: Hydrogen Fuel Cells & Transportation

With the What’s the Big Idea? Contest [www.sundance.tv] in full swing here at the Sundance Channel (have you submitted your big idea yet? Why not?), we thought it’d be a good opportunity to take a look at a few other “big ideas” that are just a few twists and turns (and maybe a contest win?)…

Automobile Designs for the Future

Automobile Designs for the Future

Though TreeHugger tends to prefer things like walking and electric bicycles [www.sundance.tv] to car-centric transportation, automobiles are a way of life for many of us. While burning gasoline and creating emissions are not a good thing for the planet, thankfully, there are some forward-looking automakers and cars that are testing prototypes that have the potential…