Honda has unveiled the new CR-V equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell in 

the United States. The 2025 CR-V e:FCEV is 

the first commercially available hydrogen fuel cell electric car in the United States, created via a 

collaboration between Honda and General Motors.

The hydrogen-powered CR-V has a range of over 434 km (EPA) on hydrogen and an additional 47 km on battery power. 

It will be offered for lease to customers in California by the end of this year. The SUV will be manufactured in Honda's Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio.