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While Honda was distracting everyone with its first-rate Civic Hybrid, behind its back it was putting together a hydrogen fuel cell car it says will be ready for consumers "in three to four years."


The company says the car will run on simple hydrogen and its only apparent byproduct will be a few drops of distilled water. Thinking of everything, Honda is also creating a special in-home fuel production plant fueled by natural gas. But wait a minute. Natural gas is just another fossil fuel. Why is this better than using gasoline? Plus, Honda didn't mention the price of such a vehicle.

Honda: Fuel-Cell Vehicles On the Road by 2010 [Sci Fi Tech]