Honda FCX hydrogen fuel cell gets $12,000 tax credit

Honda announced that its Honda FCX hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is the first car to meet government requirements in such a way that it will get an amazing $12,000 tax credit. The huge credit is a part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 that encourages consumers to purchase greener cars.

The Honda FCX sedan produces 129 horsepower with a top speed of 100 mph. The car uses compressed hydrogen as fuel and is powered by lithium ion battery, giving it the ability to have a range of 570km (354 miles) while omitting zero emissions.

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Source: InsideLine

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