Here at the LA motor show it's interesting to see Ford and GM talking about the difficulties of producing fuel cell cars. Next door on the Honda stand, the Japanese outfit was unveiling it's first production fuel cell car, the FCX Clarity.

 

Of course when it goes on sale next summer, the FCX will be sold in tiny numbers, and finding somewhere to fill it up with hydrogen, even in southern California, will be a challenge. But at least they're doing it and not just telling everyone their problems.

Surely Honda's approach is going to bring about change in the car industry faster?