Toyota launches all-new hydrogen fuel cell Mirai

Toyota began development of a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle in 1992, introducing the Mirai saloon to world markets in 2014. Now a new generation Mirai is being launched, a car that Toyota says takes FCEV technology to a higher level and offers “more emotional customer appeal in terms of dynamic, contemporary styling and more rewarding driving performance”.

Toyota shows next-generation hydrogen-fuelled Mirai saloon

Toyota introduced the hydrogen-powered Mirai saloon in 2014. Now it is getting ready to take its advanced zero emission fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) technology to new heights with the second generation model. The Mirai has a driving range of around 300 miles, easy refuelling in a matter of minutes and no emissions other than pure water. Since launch, around 10,000 Mirai have been sold; at the same time, Toyota has actively supported the development of hydrogen fuel infrastructure in key markets.

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