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H Honda ανέπτυξε ένα αυτόνομο Clarity Fuel Cell. Το αυτόνομο υδρογονοκίνητο αυτοκίνητο είναι μέρος της προσπάθειας της Honda ώστε να προσφέρει αυτόνομα αυτοκίνητα μέχρι το τέλος της δεκαετίας.

Διαθέτει συστήματα ραντάρ, κάμερες, λέιζερ και σύμφωνα με την ιαπωνική εταιρία, το αυτοκίνητο μπορεί να κινηθεί πλήρως αυτόνομα μόνο σε αυτοκινητόδρομους. Τεχνικά δεν υπάρχουν αλλαγές και έτσι το υδρογονοκίνητο sedan, έχει μήκος 4.895 χιλιοστά, πλάτος 1.875 και ύψος 1.475 χιλιοστά και μπορεί να φιλοξενήσει έως και 5 άτομα χάρη στην δουλειά που έχει γίνει από τους μηχανικούς της Honda στην μείωση των διαστάσεων του powertrain.

Οι κυψέλες υδρογόνου, έχουν κατά 33% μικρότερο μέγεθος σε σύγκριση με αυτές του FCX Clarity ενώ η πυκνότητα ισχύος έχει αυξηθεί κατά 60%, φτάνοντας πλέον  τα 3,1 kW/L. Αυτό σημαίνει ότι η ιπποδύναμη του Clarity Fuel Cell είναι 177 άλογα. Επίσης, χάρη στην δεξαμενή υδρογόνου υψηλής πίεσης 141 λίτρων, το μοντέλο έχει αυτονομία 750 χιλιομέτρων στον αυστηρό JC08 κύκλο δοκιμών. Όταν εξαντληθεί το υδρογόνο στη δεξαμενή, ο ανεφοδιασμός διαρκεί περίπου 3 με 5 λεπτά.

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HONDA PROVIDES CLARITY FUEL CELL AND AUTOMATED DRIVE, AN AUTONOMOUS DEVELOPMENT VEHICLE, FOR THE G7 ISE-SHIMA SUMMIT

TOKYO, Japan, May 26, 2016 – Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is providing CLARITY FUEL CELL, Honda’s fuel cell vehicle, and AUTOMATED DRIVE, an autonomous development vehicle, for the Group of Seven (G7) Summit 2016 Japan in Ise-Shima which is being held on May 26 and 27, 2016.

Honda has been providing support to the Japanese government’s plans to showcase the attractiveness unique to Japan at the G7 Ise-Shima Summit, including high-tech products and innovations that will convey such attractiveness of Japan to the world.

At the Japan PR Exhibition, an exhibition space set up by the Japanese government within the International Media Center of the Summit, Honda is exhibiting multiple products including the UNI-CUB β*1 personal mobility device, the MC-β micro-sized electric vehicle and the Honda Walking Assist Device*2, an assistive device for use in the training of walking, as well as introducing the “smart community”*3 Honda envisions for the future.

Moreover, Honda also provided exhibits of its cutting-edge technologies and opportunities to test drive and experience advanced vehicles at the series of Ministers’ Meetings held prior to the G7 Ise-Shima Summit.

ey Honda exhibits provided at G7 Ministers’ Meetings

Meeting Meeting Location Meeting Date Honda Exhibits
ICT Ministers’ Meeting Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture April 29-30, 2016 ・EV-Cub Concept
Energy Ministerial Meeting Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture May 1-2, 2016 ・CLARITY FUEL CELL ・Smart Hydrogen Station (model) ・Power Exporter 9000, portable external power output device ・Honda Power Manager (HEH55) a V2H*4 compatible DC normal charger
Environment Ministers’ Meeting Toyama City, Toyama Prefecture May 15-16, 2016 ・CLARITY FUEL CELL
Science and Technology Ministers’ Meeting Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture May 15-17, 2016 ・UNI-CUB β ・MC-β ・Honda Walking Assist Device
Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors’ Meeting Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture May 20-21, 2016 ・Smart Hydrogen Station (model) ・Power Exporter 9000, portable external power output device ・Honda Power Manager (HEH55) a V2H*4 compatible DC normal charger
  • *1Honda’s new personal mobility device that features Honda’s original balance control technology and an omni-directional driving wheel system (Honda Omni Traction Drive System: Multiple small diameter wheels are aligned and connected to form a single large-diameter wheel, which enables the device to move forward, backward, side-to-side and diagonally)
  • *2Honda Walking Assist Device is an assistive device designed for the purpose of supporting the training of walking. It is not a medical device designed to determine, treat or prevent medical conditions of the user.
  • *3It is being introduced in the form of a diorama designed based on the image of a hydrogen society envisioned by Honda.
  • *4V2H stands for “Vehicle-to-Home”