Honda Takes on Toyota Mirai With Roomier $63,000 Fuel Cell Sedan

  • Aims to initally sell 200 units of Clarity a year in Japan
  • Expects price of the fuel cell vehicle to drop by 2020

The Honda FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle.

Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg

Honda Motor Co. will begin sales of a 7.66 million yen ($63,000) hydrogen-powered sedan in March, featuring longer driving range and a roomier interior than Toyota Motor Corp.’s Mirai as Japanese carmakers promote the emission-free technology.

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