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AutomobileSeptember 1, 2004
2005 Honda FCX with Breakthrough Honda FC Stack

TORRANCE, Calif, U.S.A., September 1, 2004 – The 2005 Honda FCX makes its debut with power provided by an all-new, Honda designed and developed fuel cell stack (Honda FC Stack). This second-generation of Honda FCX is the first production fuel cell vehicle capable of starting in temperatures as low as -20oC (-4oF). This new stack also delivers increased horsepower and a longer range than previous generations. Additionally, the Honda stack uses a new innovative structure that reduces by 50 percent the number of components used when compared to a conventional stack.

· Honda developed fuel cell stack below freezing start capabilities as low as -20oC (-4oF) and durable at high temperatures (95oC)
· Increased range to more than 180 miles
· Increased horsepower (107 hp)
· New metal separator structure, reduces stack components by 50 percent
· New aromatic electrolyte membrane
· Unique new wheel design
· New exterior body graphics
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