http://www.greencarcongress.com/2015/09 ... honda.htmlHonda to highlight new FCV, NSX hybrid, NEOWING hybrid, production model of Odyssey Hybrid at Tokyo Motor Show
Once it's named I'll change the title.
At the upcoming 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Honda will showcase its all-new fuel cell vehicle—tentatively being called the FCV, NSX hybrid supercar, and NEOWING three-wheeler hybrid, as well as stage the Japan premiere of the all-new Civic Type R and the planned production model of the Odyssey Hybrid equipped with the further advanced SPORT HYBRID-iMMD (Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive) system.
The new FCV sedan consolidates the entire fuel-cell powertrain under the hood of a sedan-type vehicle. This powertrain layout enabled a full cabin package that seats five adults comfortably. The FCV features a cruising range of more than 700 km (435 miles) on the JC08 mode. When paired with an external power feeding inverter, this FCV can function as a “mobile power plant” that generates and provides electricity to the community in the case of an emergency. . . .
The rest of the article is about the other cars. JC08 is apparently not quite as liberal as NEDC, so figure EPA range might by 75-80% of that 435 miles. Toyota measured the Mirai at 650 km (404 miles) on JC08 and got 312 miles from the EPA, so 312/404 = .77. Assuming the same fraction for the Honda, 435 * .77 = 335 miles.