Originally Posted by Dozhdbog
You can lease a hydrogen car though, so it's out there if you want it. Hence, still on topic.
Well maybe if I moved. So let's call a spade a spade:
"The FCX Clarity FCEV is officially out on the road. A limited number of these groundbreaking vehicles are currently being leased to select Southern Californians
.* Honda plans to deliver about 200 FCX Clarity FCEVs to customers in the first three years of our fuel cell lease program."
*Subject to limited availability
, in designated, limited California market regions
, to approved lessees by American Honda Finance Corp. Closed end lease for FCX Clarity FCEV, for qualified lessees meeting specific use and operation requirements. Not all applicants will qualify. No purchase option.
Zero capitalized cost reduction. Taxes, license, title fees, liability insurance extra. Monthly payments of $600.00 for 36 months. Total monthly payments $21,600.00. No mileage limitation or excess mileage cost. See one of three authorized FCX Clarity FCEV dealers for complete details.
It's not a car, it's an experiment to collect real-world data. The same market principles apply for the FCX Clarity as the Tesla.
I really think the idea of an electric car is great. The Tesla S is a an excellent step.