Los Angeles Auto Show: Honda unveils nameless car

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Honda FCEV Concept vehicle during Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles, California. (Reuters) Honda FCEV Concept vehicle during Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles, California. (Reuters)
SummaryHonda unveiled the 5-passenger vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday.

hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle systems over the next seven years in an effort to cut the cost of the new technology.

There are just two fuel-cell vehicles available in the US market: Honda's FCX Clarity, which is available to lease, and the Mercedes-Benz F-Cell.

Also at the L.A. show, Hyundai Motor Co said it plans to offer consumers a fuel cell version of its Tucson crossover vehicle for the US market starting in the spring of 2014 in Southern California. It set the price at $499 per month for a 36-month term with a $2,999 down payment and said the deal included unlimited free hydrogen refueling.

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