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Old 07 Aug 2007, 08:05 pm
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The second generation of the Honda FCX made its debut in the 2005 model year. Featuring an all-new Honda developed fuel cell stack, it is capable of starting in temperatures as low as -20oC (-4oF). This new stack also delivers increased horsepower and a longer range than previous generations. The 2006 Honda FCX added a Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System that contains all existing hydrogen fueling station location in the U.S. within its database. The FCX was delivered to the first-ever private hydrogen fuel cell retail customer on June 29, 2005, in Los Angeles.


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  • Range extended by 20 miles to 210 miles

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