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    Hydrogen Powered Car, Latest Generation Toyota Mirai Launches, Prices Starting at 7.1 million Japanese yen

    Saturday, December 12, 2020, December 12, 2020 EDT Last Updated 2020-12-12T09:01:04Z

     The second-generation Toyota Mirai was officially launched on the Japanese market on Wednesday (9/12/2020). This hydrogen-powered car - the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV) - has a number of updates from the exterior, interior to the range of 30 percent farther than the previous generation.

    When you look at the exterior, it is clear that the second generation Toyota Mirai has undergone changes on the front, sides and rear. The new rims measure 19 and 20 inches, which makes them even more elegant and sporty.

    Toyota Mirai Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation

    The new Mirai is supported by the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, the GA-L size chassis. The fuel cell from under the cab is now under the hood.

    The new dimensions of the Toyota Mirai have also changed, now it is bigger than its predecessor. The latest generation Mirai measures 4,975 mm (+85 mm) long, 1,885 mm (+70 mm) wide, and 1,470 mm (-65 mm) high. From 2,920 mm, the wheelbase length has also increased from the old car by 140 mm.

    The new Mirai uses three tanks to store the hydrogen fuel used to power its electric motor, and this has resulted in its operating range being increased to 850 km, or 30% more than the 650 km of the first generation Mirai, which had two tanks.

    The second-generation Toyota Mirai was officially launched on the Japanese market, Wednesday (9/12/2020). Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation


    Despite having an additional tank, the repackaged fuel cell layout has allowed for additional seating in the second row, keeping the new Toyota Mirai configurable with a capacity of five passengers.

    This rear-wheel drive car has more power, the second-generation Mirai is capable of spewing out 128 kW, bigger than the previous-generation Mirai which was only 114 kW.

    The second-generation Toyota Mirai was officially launched on the Japanese market, Wednesday (9/12/2020). Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation

    Mirai is equipped with the latest Toyota Safety Sense technologies, such as Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), and a smarter Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection.

    In addition, as part of the support to prevent accidents due to misuse of the pedal, the Mirai comes standard with "Plus Support", which suppresses acceleration if a misuse of the pedal is detected, even when there are no obstructions around it.

    Next year, Mirai will also be equipped with a new advanced driving assistance function that has been developed based on the Mobility Teammate Concept technology.

    Even more sophisticated, the Toyota Mirai's cabin has an air purifier feature that adds to the sense of security for the driver and passenger. This feature can remove 90 to 100 percent of particles with a diameter of zero and 2.5 microns as they are carried through the fuel cell system.

    Mirai can be utilized as an emergency power source during a power outage due to a disaster and for other emergency situations, offering electricity through two different power supply lines. The first is to connect the car's external power supply outlet to a dedicated external DC mains power supply system.

    While the other way is to take the direct AC line, this car can supply electricity (100 volts, 1,500 watts) through two accessory outlets to power electrical devices. This emergency power supply system is able to provide electricity to ordinary households (in Japan) for approximately four days with an average consumption rate of 400 Wh.

    The second-generation Toyota Mirai was officially launched on the Japanese market, Wednesday (9/12/2020). Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation

    In terms of entertainment, Mirai is equipped with an eight-inch TFT LCD digital instrument cluster and a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, as well as a JBL 14 speaker audio system and Qi wireless mobile charging.

    Eight exterior colors are available for Mirai in its domestic market, including Force Blue Multiple Layers, a newly developed color. Toyota said it was increasing production capacity to 30,000 units per year for the Mirai, which will be assembled at the Motomachi plant in Aichi Prefecture.

    Talking about prices, there are several Mirai variants offered in Japan. The cheapest, Mirai sold for 7.1 million yen while the most expensive model sold 8.05 million yen. But there are reportedly incentives of around 1.4 million yen as subsidies and tax breaks to Mirai customers in an effort to encourage hydrogen use.

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