Friday, April 30, 2010

New Honda Hydrogen FCX Car

There is a new hydrogen car made by Honda called the FCX. This new car, powered by a fuel cell is putting hydrogen powered cars out of the laboratory and into the real production world. Unlike other cars though, this car doesn't compress the fuel inside the cylinder to make it combust and power it like gasoline cars. Instead the hydrogen is fed into a device that combines it with oxygen to make water. At the same time, it is making electricity. This electricity is stored in batteries to run the electric motor that powers the car. This makes it much more efficient and green than any other car that runs on gas. The only problem is that it is kind of a problem to find the hydrogen because it is usually with another element. In spite of this the new Honda Hydrogen car has great possibilities.

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