Honda, similar to Toyota and BMW, is convinced that hydrogen has a viable application within the automotive sector.

It is collaborating with General Motors on a fuel-cell system of the next iteration that will power a forthcoming FCEV based on the CR-V. 

As hinted at in a new video, the crossover will debut this year as an indirect successor to the 2021-deceased Clarity sedan.  

Honda is undertaking a novel approach this time around, as the forthcoming model will integrate both a battery system and a fuel cell. 

The advertisement demonstrates the advantages of bidirectional charging by depicting the proprietor remotely operating his coffee maker by utilizing the energy from the battery. 

He is later observed proceeding to a hydrogen fueling station in order to refuel the two rear-mounted H2 canisters.