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Room for luggage
Room for luggage
The FCX clarity has a relatively spacious trunk for a vehicle that uses gaseous, rather than liquid, fuel.

Compressed hydrogen takes up a lot of space, but the FCX Clarity still manages more than 13 cubic feet of trunk space compared with about 6 cubic feet in the Honda Civic GX, which is powered by compressed natural gas.

That the vehicle was designed from the beginning as a fuel-cell powered car allowed enough design flexibility to maximize its interior and cargo space.

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Last updated June 16 2008: 10:04 PM ET
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