Jakarta, Indonesia – Honda will participate in Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2016 which will be held on August 11 to 21, 2016 in Indonesian Convention Expo, Tangerang. For the auto show, Honda will use “The Advanced New World” theme to show its commitment in providing new innovative products with future technology.
The theme will be incorporated within Honda booth design and car displays. Occupying an area of 2,636 m2 at Hall 10, Honda booth will be design with advanced & sophisticated concept which already became Honda’s identity at previous motor shows.
As showcase to its innovative futuristic products, Honda will display Honda Clarity Fuel Cell as one of its main displays at 2016 GIIAS. Honda Clarity Fuel Cell was the next development of Honda FCX Clarity, the world’s first hydrogen-fuel vehicle from Honda. Honda Clarity Fuel Cell was first introduced at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.
Honda Clarity Fuel Cell is the ultimate environment-friendly vehicle due to its zero emission of CO2. Moreover, this vehicle answers the challenge of renewable energy because it is powered by electricity generated by hydrogen fuel cell.
Honda Clarity Fuel Cell implement the world’s first “under-the-hood powertrain” with a more compact Fuel Stack dimension, making it possible to create a 5-seater sedan which is modern in style and comfortable to drive.
Latest development also applied in its Fuel Cell Stack, providing total driving range of over 700 kilometers in one time charging. The new technology also shorten the charging time of only 3 minutes. Despite its eco-friendly character, Honda Clarity Fuel Cell also providing an exhilirating driving performance with engine power of over 100 kW.
Tomoki Uchida, President Director of PT Honda Prospect Motor, said, “After we have previously introduced new products in various segments and launched our first Turbo-powered model in Indonesia, this year invite visitors to enjoy our advanced new world with another futuristic innovative product. Our theme and display will also in line with this year’s GIIAS theme of smart mobility for future.”