Toyota MIRAI
MIRAI means "the future"

Toyota has made an extraordinarily clear commitment to hydrogen mobility; back in 2015, it became the first carmaker to launch a large-scale production hydrogen saloon in the German market. Even from a distance, one can tell that this is a special car: The side view is designed to be reminiscent of a drop of water.
At the heart of the Toyota MIRAI is the world's most efficient fuel cell – the result of more than 20 years of research and development. Toyota’s fuel-cell stacks are the first to use fine-meshed 3D channels that guarantee uniform power generation on the cell surfaces, and thus ensure maximum efficiency and performance at a compact size. The carbon fibre-reinforced plastic tanks store the hydrogen at a pressure of 700 bar.

The MIRAI is powered by a 114 kW/155 PS* electric motor. Its high-performance fuel cell is backed with a battery that also stores the braking energy. With a tank capacity of five kilos, the MIRAI achieves a range of 500 km. The fuelling process takes about three minutes. It consumes 0.76 kg H2/100 km and generates 0 g/km of CO2 emissions.

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