2017 Toyota Mirai

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2017 Mirai Overview

The Mirai is an all-new hydrogen-powered car from Toyota. In Japanese, mirai means future, and Toyota hopes this vehicle will represent a new direction in the future of automobiles like the first hybrid Prius did.The Mirai is an electric car that generates its own electricity, it does this in a fuel cell in which an electrochemical reaction between hydrogen and air produces electricity to power the motor and some waste water. The AC motor produces 151-hp and 247 lb-ft of torque and is assisted by a 245 volt nickel-metal-hydride battery that stores regen braking energy and helps boost acceleration. Compressed hydrogen is stored in two carbon fiber lined tanks, it takes approximately five minutes to refill and has a range of roughly 300 miles. Despite all the technology powering the Mirai, it's well equipped like any other Toyota, including an Entune JBL audio system with a seven-inch touch screen, pre-collision system with eight airbags, lane departure assist, blind spot monitoring, rain sensing wipers, back-up camera, dynamic cruise control, wireless Qi charging, power front seats with SofTex seat trim, heated front and rear seats, heated steering wheel and LED headlights and brake lights.The Mirai is unchanged for 2017.
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2017 Mirai Overview

The Mirai is an all-new hydrogen-powered car from Toyota. In Japanese, mirai means future, and Toyota hopes this vehicle will represent a new direction in the future of automobiles like the first hybrid Prius did.The Mirai is an electric car that generates its own electricity, it does this in a fuel cell in which an electrochemical reaction between hydrogen and air produces electricity to power the motor and some waste water. The AC motor produces 151-hp and 247 lb-ft of torque and is assisted by a 245 volt nickel-metal-hydride battery that stores regen braking energy and helps boost acceleration. Compressed hydrogen is stored in two carbon fiber lined tanks, it takes approximately five minutes to refill and has a range of roughly 300 miles. Despite all the technology powering the Mirai, it's well equipped like any other Toyota, including an Entune JBL audio system with a seven-inch touch screen, pre-collision system with eight airbags, lane departure assist, blind spot monitoring, rain sensing wipers, back-up camera, dynamic cruise control, wireless Qi charging, power front seats with SofTex seat trim, heated front and rear seats, heated steering wheel and LED headlights and brake lights.The Mirai is unchanged for 2017.Hide Full Review