Honda has always come up with better cars that have raised the competition level higher and above. This time Honda will come up with their new Honda FCX Clarity that will serve as the pace car for the 2011 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg which will be held from March 25th to March 27th. The all new Honda FCX Clarity is hydrogen powered fuel cell-electric vehicle and it is for the first time that a hydrogen powered car will be a part of IZOD IndyCar Series race in the United States. Honda is very sure that Honda FCX Clarity will live up to the expectations of the people.
Currently, Honda FCX Clarity is available in Southern California on limited retail basis and it is a sleek sedan that can compete any car in its range. The vehicle is a part of Honda’s efforts to come up with zero emission cars that has a good performance record. The car propels on fuel electricity and the only emission out is water. However, the fuel efficiency of this car is three times more than gasoline powered automobiles. The FCX Clarity comes with compact and powerful Honda engine which is a 2.4 liter, 4 cylinder engine with an EPA certified range of 240 miles. The Honda V Flow Fuel Cell Stack makes the car stylish and futuristic and also makes the car more spacious.
At the circuit, people will Honda FCX Clarity doing pace car duties and it will be a treat to watch zero emission car to perform on such a scale. The car will also perform at the Firestone Indy Lights events and Acura Sports Car Challenge. The car has already served at the 2008 Indy Japan event which was held at Twin Ring Motegi in Tochigi, Japan. The refueling of the car takes only 5 minutes which is one of the highlights of the car.