Honda Will Unveil Hydrogen Car With Longer Range to Rival Toyota

  • Honda to introduce the vehicle at Tokyo Motor Show in October
  • New fuel-cell stack is 33% smaller than previous version

An employee fills a Honda FCX Clarity vehicle with compressed hydrogen in Japan.

Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg

Honda Motor Co. will introduce next month a fuel-cell vehicle with a longer driving range than Toyota Motor Corp.’s Mirai, as the two Japanese carmakers compete for a lead in the hydrogen-based technology.

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