Prototype of the 2024 Honda CR-V hydrogen fuel cell vehicle was unveiled; it also doubles as a PHEV.  

The hydrogen fuel cell prototype for the recognizable CR-V is unveiled, marking a significant advancement towards the future.

This innovative technology, which is still in its infancy, has the potential to completely change the automobile sector

. Hydrogen fuel cells only produce water vapor, which makes them genuinely environmentally beneficial in contrast to

conventional gasoline and even certain electric vehicles. Furthermore, compared to other battery-electric vehicles, the longer range may help ease range  

anxiety, which is a big concern for a lot of prospective EV purchasers. However, Honda doesn't end there.  

With a special twist, this prototype is also a plug-in hybrid (PHEV). This implies that drivers can take use of the versatility offered by both electric and hydrogen charging, further meeting the needs and driving habits of each individual.