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On this day: 04-09-2009

Honda wins World Green Car award

On this day in 2009, the Honda FCX Clarity, a four-door sedan billed as the planet´s first hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicle intended for mass production, wins the World Green Car award at the New York Auto Show.The first FCX Clarity cars came off the assembly line at a Honda plant in Takanezawa, Japan, in June 2008. As The New York Times reported at the time: "Fuel-cell vehicles have been a sort of holy grail of the auto industry, offering the promise of driving without emitting air-polluting exhaust. Fuel cells work by combining hydrogen and oxygen from ordinary air to make electricity, in a process whose only byproducts are water and heat."

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Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2012BentleyContinental GT4.20012.800Car & Driver
2012BentleyContinental Flying Spur Speed4.70013.200Car & Driver
2011BentleyMulsanne5.00013.300Car & Driver
2011BentleyMulsanne4.90013.400Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental GTC Speed4.30012.800Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental Supersports (6 spd. A w/M)3.60012.000Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental Flying Spur Speed4.30012.900Road & Track
2010BentleyContinental Flying Spur Speed4.30012.900Car & Driver
2010BentleyContinental Supersports3.60011.900Road & Track
Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2010BentleyContinental Supersports3.90012.300motorweek.org
2009BentleyBrooklands5.60013.900motorweek.org
2008BentleyContinental GT Speed4.00012.500Road & Track
2007BentleyContinental GT4.30012.900Road & Track
2006BentleyContinental Flying Spur (twin-turbo W-12)4.60013.100(R&T Aug. '05)
2006BentleyContinental Flying Spur4.6000.000motorweek.org
2002BentleyArnage T5.40013.800motorweek.org
2000BentleyArnage8.70016.500motorweek.org