If you’re looking for cutting-edge alternative-fuel technology, the Honda Clarity, which offers two very different powertrains, is a good place to start.
Unless you’ve done your research, you probably haven’t heard of this Accord lookalike (albeit one with a funkier rear end)
The Honda Clarity plug-in hybrid is the most ordinary of the three Clarity models, but it’s still no Accord.
The Honda Clarity is a nameplate used by Honda on alternative fuel vehicles. It was initially used only on hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles such as the 2008 Honda FCX Clarity, but in 2017 the nameplate was expanded to include the battery-electric Honda Clarity Electric and the plug-in hybrid electric Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid, in addition to the next generation Honda Clarity Fuel Cell. Clarity production ends in August 2021 with US leases for the fuel cell variant continuing through to 2022.