It's the LA Auto Show this week, but one company that won't be there is Honda, mostly because it overslept. The outfit has announced - with toothpaste smears all over its face - that it's had to delay the launch of its new production fuel cell car from 2015 all the way back to March 2016, where it'll hit the road in Japan, with the US and Europe coming at some point in afterward. In the meantime, Honda is hoping to distract you from its slipped deadlines (and incorrectly done shirt buttons) with the natty-looking FCV Concept. According to the press release, the vehicle "strives to achieve harmony between man and machine by taking advantage of new powertrain packaging efficiencies," which, as we all know, is marketing-speak for "the engine's smaller, therefore there's more legroom." Honda's now been seen shuffling to the nearest coffee house in the hope that it can take a look at Toyota's notes before the afternoon begins.