Prices for Toyota’s new Mirai hydrogen sedan announcedOctober 28, 2020
The brand new production Toyota Mirai will be unveiled in December this year. The images posted on the web show a conceptual version, although, according to preliminary information, the production version of the second generation Mirai will not be much different.
Compared to the first generation Mirai, the new model represents a dramatic design change. It will no longer resemble the Toyota Prius cousin, but rather the Lexus LS 500. In fact, the new Mirai will share a platform with the rear-wheel-drive LS 500, although it will still have a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain. In fact, the new Toyota Mirai is going to compete with the Tesla Model S, as evidenced by its prices in the European market.
The Japanese automaker has just announced that the new Mirai will have a starting price of € 63,900 at the start of sales late this year – early next year. Toyota also announced that production of the new Mirai will begin in November this year, and the annual capacity will be increased to 30,000 units. The new base model will come standard with 19-inch alloy wheels, a 14-speaker JBL audio system, a 12.3-inch display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, LED headlights and a smart key system.
The Mirai mid-range Executive trim will start at € 66,900 and will include polished silver 19-inch alloy wheels, adaptive bi-LED headlights, rear screen glass, surround-view cameras and ambient lighting. The top of the Advanced trim range starts at € 73,900 and includes items such as 20-inch wheels, a panoramic sunroof, head-up display, heated rear seats, three-zone automatic air conditioning and semi-aniline leather seats.
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