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Learn About the 2020 Updates to the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell

Are you a lover of the innovative electric powertrain, sports-oriented stance, and striking interior features of the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell sedan? 2020 brings exciting updates to this vehicle's already impressive lineup of skills. Learn more about what to expect from the latest model available at your Honda dealership in San Jose.

Some of the Most Notable Updates for 2020

Among the most notable features this zero-emissions sedan brings into the new year are game-changers for fuel cell lovers. The exterior earns a new color scheme that features heightened drama with colors like...

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Honda is Dedicated to a Sustainable Future

Honda's program to reduce their environmental footprint inspires how they approach every aspect of how the company works. Their mission is to ensure "Blue Skies for Our Children," protecting the Earth for generations to come.

Honda has committed to voluntarily reduce their CO2 emissions by 50 percent by the year 2050 (compared to a baseline established in 2000), as part of the company's effort to reduce its environmental impact at every level – from design and manufacturing to sales and transportation.

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A New Transmission Option for Honda

Automotive technology is always changing and, recently, the transmission has been a focus of increasing fuel efficiency. It wasn't that long ago that the continuously variable transmission, or CVT, was implemented in many cars as a more efficient alternative to a true automatic, but Honda has some new plans. Recently they filed a patent for an 11-speed transmission with three clutches and it sounds exciting.

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Honda Using New Lighter Metals in Hybrid Engines

Keeping production costs low for hybrid engines is getting more and more difficult, as they use rare-earth metals and China produces 90% of the world's supply. And with the projected cost of these metals going up by 14% every year, our favorite Japanese automaker is working on an alternative way of making hybrid engines.

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