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- December 22, 2008 at 4:36 pm #126709AnonymousGuest
The Honda Clarity Hydrogen car was nice to see thumbup but from what i understand, only a few celebs have them (or can afford them). I didn’t make it there on Saturday sadly to see in person. I would like to see more pictures and hopefully it will be back.
DemianDecember 22, 2008 at 6:05 pm #130703AnonymousGuest
that is a good choice. Aaron Robinson (an editor with Car and Driver) was the one who brought it down… there arent that many right now, each one is hand-built and worth about $1mmDecember 22, 2008 at 8:44 pm #130704AnonymousGuest
here is a blog I did on the vehicle as well as the video of James May’s review of it on Top Gear:
The honda site says that they are only a $600/mo lease (not that that isnt overpriced for a Honday but its not expensive) and it says that they are only sold in cali and the first batch is all sold, so it is a limited number so far.December 24, 2008 at 2:23 am #130705AnonymousGuest
Sorry only took 2 pictures of it.December 28, 2008 at 3:10 am #130706AnonymousGuest
I’m sorry i have to disagree with the “most significant” title for the sole reason that the GM Sequel has shown up several times.
I think most significant would have to go to the factory E-REV’s like what Chrysler brought.December 28, 2008 at 5:01 am #130707AnonymousGuest
I watched the latest episode of Top Gear couple days before that Saturday that the FCX Clarity showed up and yes TG was doing a Review on it. (Season 12 Ep 7, the last part of the episode if you were wondering)
The cool thing it about it is, it is the exact same car as “Captain Slow” tested on the streets of LA. The license plates and everything matches!
I thought that was a little cool trivia to throw out there…drivesmile
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