Honda has unveiled the production version of their fuel cell vehicle ahead of its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Tentatively dubbed the FCV, the concept features a strange design which is extremely aerodynamic but utterly unattractive.  Honda was coy on specifics but we can see a distinctive front fascia with LED headlights, honeycomb mesh grille inserts and boomerang-shaped LED daytime running lights.  Moving further back, there's ventilated front fenders, a contrasting black roof and partially covered rear wheels.

While the exterior styling will likely be criticized, the cabin features upscale styling and a modern design.  Notable highlights include leather seats, wood trim and metallic accents.  The car also has a three-spoke steering wheel, a 'floating' infotainment system and enough room to comfortably seat five adults.

Honda declined to release performance specifications but confirmed the car will have fuel-cell powertrain and a range in excess of 700 km (435 miles). The FVC will also have high-output electric motors that promise to deliver an "exhilarating" driving experience.

Gallery: Honda FCV revealed ahead of Tokyo

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