Hydrogen Toyota Mirai will succeed next yearSeptember 25, 2019
In 2020, Toyota will introduce a new generation of Mirai fuel cell vehicles. The debut of the first generation of this model took place in the 2014th.
In December 2014, Toyota began taking orders for its new hydrogen-fueled Mirai sedan. The brand planned to produce 400 copies of this model each month, but the number of pre-orders received forced the automaker to change plans, increasing the output of its hydrogen sedan. Now it’s become known that next year Toyota is going to complete work on the second generation of Mirai, which runs on fuel cells. Information about this was heard during the international meeting in Tokyo on hydrogen energy. Unfortunately, there is no more detailed information about the future new product.
According to experts, after a generation change, this hydrogen sedan will retain its futuristic design, while becoming even more modern.
Recall Toyota Mirai was the first hydrogen fuel cell car designed for the mass market.
Meanwhile, China created a hydrogen hatchback with an incredible power reserve. According to the assurances of the developers, the new product will be able to drive over 1,000 kilometers without refueling.
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