2014 Toyota Mirai

The 2014 Toyota Mirai is a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV) that was introduced to the market in Japan in December 2014 and later in the United States in 2015. It is a four-door sedan that is powered by an electric motor, which is fueled by hydrogen and produces zero emissions.

The Mirai has a range of approximately 312 miles on a full tank of hydrogen and can be refueled in about five minutes. It has a maximum output of 153 horsepower and can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in around 9 seconds.

The interior of the Mirai is designed to be stylish and comfortable, with a focus on eco-friendliness. It features high-quality materials, including a combination of bio-plastics and recycled materials. The dashboard has a 7-inch touch screen display for controlling various features, including the infotainment system and climate control.

Safety features on the Mirai include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, pre-collision system, and automatic emergency braking.

The Toyota Mirai was one of the first production hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to hit the market and is still considered a groundbreaking car for its innovative technology. However, due to limited infrastructure for hydrogen refueling and high cost, it has not been widely adopted.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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