Figures are provided for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results. All vehicles are certified according to the World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). CO2 figures (and hence car tax and recommended 'on the road' prices) may differ from information printed before 1 April 2020, due to a change in the official method of calculation.
Built on a whole new platform with longer wheelbase, New Mirai is wider and lower. This gives a lower feeling of gravity and delivers maximum stability. The longer rear overhang completes the aerodynamic feel.
The Mirai provides a remarkably quiet drive, with unparalleled ride comfort. Revolutionary Hydrogen Fuel Cell technology delivers true 0‑emissions motoring, with 650 km of extensive driving range.
Toyota Mirai gives you complete control with high-end technology at every turn. With the extra-large Head-Up Display projected onto the windscreen, you can see your next direction, road signs, speed warnings and monitor your road position with Lane Trace Assist.
Will follow the forward vehicle within the set cruise speed while maintaining an appropriate distance. It helps reduce driver burden while on highways.
Lane Trace Assist uses either the lane markings on the road ahead or the driving path of the vehicle in front to estimate its position on the road.
Road Sign Assist monitors the road signs ahead, displaying useful information such as the current speed limit in clear view on the colour TFT cockpit display.
The same way as you use a petrol pump, refuel in under 5 minutes at a hydrogen station.
Fuel Cell vehicles emit approximately the same amount of water vapour per mile as petrol powered cars.
Viewed as an industrial commodity today, Hydrogen is readily available from a variety of natural sources.
Since 2007, fuel cell prices have already halved. With increasing development, expect to see hydrogen fuel cells everywhere.
Hydrogen tanks are made of carbon fibre and are thoroughly tested. They are just as safe as other vehicle fuels like diesel and natural gas. Hydrogen is a new fuel source.
Hydrogen has been used in industry for many years as a source of fuel for buses, forklift trucks, boats and even rockets.