• Honda will assemble a hydrogen-powered CR-V at its Marysville, Ohio plant.
• The company was the first to offer a hydrogen vehicle to the general public in 2008 with the FCX Clarity.
• Without a power grid in Canada, don't expect to see this vehicle on our roads.
Honda announced this week that it will launch a CR-V powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. The model will arrive in 2024 and will be assembled at Honda's Marysville, Ohio plant, where the NSX was produced. Production of that performance model ended in November.