Make Hydrogen Happen
Honda recently released its 2024 outlook for its passenger vehicle business and underscored that it still sees a strong future for hydrogen cars, even though its only model powered by H2 was discontinued three years ago because of a lack of fueling infrastructure and overall demand.
The outlook was shared during a media briefing hosted by Honda Senior Vice President of Sales Mamadou Diallo.
 
The auto giant made it very clear that while hydrogen cars might not be the top emission-free vehicle at the moment, it believes that there is a strong future for this type of passenger vehicle. They see battery electric vehicles as an established technology to transition away from fossil fuel powered vehicles, but that the door will open to other technologies as well, and at that time, H2 fuel cells<www.hydrogenfuelnews.com/hydrogen-combustion-engines-namx/8562091/> will lead the way.

This year, the focus is expected to be on hybrids and electric vehicles.
 
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