Japan’s manufacturing, Toyota, ensured that the second generation of Mirai was completely redesigned from the ground to deliver a hydrogen-fired environment as a step into the FCEV segment.
Regarding its dimensions, the Mirai Concept has a length of 4,975 mm, a width of 1,885 mm, and a height of 1,470 mm with a wheel axis distance of 2,920 mm.
The advantage is the mileage farther away from the vehicle using FCEV technology. The performance of the car is also better, the more elegant by combining the sporty design but still, the passenger cabin room is relieved and comfortable.
As for the first time Mirai was introduced as the first generation in 2014, it was directly able to demonstrate the global potential for more powerful hydrogen vehicles and sustainability mobility. Bestselling 10,000 units for the first generation globally.
Enhancements to the performance of the fuel cell system and increase hydrogen storage capacity. This shows Mirai’s target could be 30% farther away in its pitch. Cars are also designed in total using the Toyota premium rear-wheel-drive TNGA platform to deliver toughness and driving performance.
Using a 20-inch rim makes this Mirai Concept increasingly strong and as a toned car. It is said that there is a special color development of Force Blue Multiple Layers. Use a color layer to make it look brighter and cooler.
When looking at the interior, it will be called the 12.3-inch wide infotainment screen in the central dashboard and easy-to-use instrument panel. The space is very modern and more comfortable for five people, previously only accommodating four people.
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