By on September 30, 2015

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Honda took the wraps off its hydrogen-powered FCV sedan Wednesday. It that will pick up from where the FCX Clarity left off last year.

The FCV will be shown Oct. 28 at the Tokyo Motor Show this year, alongside the automaker’s NSX and Civic Type R. (Any bets on what goes on sale first?) However, it probably won’t be called the FCV when it goes on sale next March in Japan in sometime after in the U.S. Like the FCX Clarity, the FCV may not have much of a life outside California — that’s really the only state with a semblance of hydrogen fuel infrastructure.

The FCV will take on the Toyota Mirai hydrogen car with the same idea but very different executions. The Mirai looks like it’s from the future; the FCV looks like someone colored outside the lines on a Civic.

According to Honda, the FCV will sport a range of more than 400 miles from its fuel cell powertrain and can generate power for “the community” in emergency situations.

The interior will seat five adults, but the automaker isn’t telling us much beyond that. Follow the water to find out more, I guess.

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