Honda aims for 60,000 fuel cell sales by 2030

Honda is accelerating its hydrogen strategy and aims to produce 60,000 fuel cell units by 2030.

In a detailed briefing released yesterday, the carmarker says its next-generation fuel cell system being co-developed with General Motors (GM) will aim to more than double the durability and reduce the cost to one-third. Up to a ‘few 100,000 units’ per year are being targeted by the second half of the 2030s.

In 2024, in North America and Japan, Honda will launch a FCEV model equipped with the next-generation fuel cell system jointly developed with GM.

In Japan, Honda is planning to start demonstration testing on public roads of a prototype fuel cell-powered heavy-duty truck being researched jointly with Isuzu Motors, before the end of the upcoming fiscal year 2024 (ending March 31, 2024).

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