The new Toyota Mirai sedan will debut in Japan in the fall of 2020July 3, 2020
The second-generation Toyota Mirai hydrogen sedan was shown last year at the Tokyo Motor Show. Now, the Japanese media reported the debut date of the production car.
Toyota will introduce a new generation of Toyota Mirai in the home market this fall: in October or November. The market debut of the newest car in Japan will have to wait until the beginning of 2021. What regional car markets will get a new sedan, not yet reported.
According to preliminary data, about 8 million yen will have to be paid for it. The serial sedan will differ minimally from the prototype presented in Tokyo. In length, the novelty will grow to 4,973 mm, and its width and height will be – 1,885 and 1,468 mm, respectively. Announced wheelbase – 2 918 mm.
Recall, the first hydrogen car Toyota Mirai many reproached for the controversial appearance. The novelty in this regard should become prettier and more modern.
We also worked on the interior of the sedan: now the car on hydrogen has a virtual dashboard with an eight-inch display, modern multimedia, wireless charging for gadgets and a JBL audio system with 14 speakers.
The highlight of the interior design of the new item was the bronze decor.
Earlier, our portal said that Toyota remains the most valuable automotive brand in the world. Even the loss of three percent of the value compared to 2019 could not deprive the leadership brand.
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