New videos and images with the Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) have been recently released by the car manufacturer.
After being officially unveiled over the web this autumn, the brand new Toyota Mirai FCV is being highlighted once more, this time with the help of the Japanese based automaker, which has released some new videos and images with it. Some of the clips are talking about its hydrogen fuel cell system, which is combining hydrogen and oxygen, taken from the air, in order to create electricity, while others are highlighting some of the interior features found on this model.
The cabin is coming with two 4.2-inch displays, with a capacitive touch climate control system, acoustic glass and several other items. The total cargo capacity stands at 361 liters. The Toyota Mirai FCV can travel for up to 300 miles (483 km) and refilling its tank with hydrogen will take less than 5 minutes. From 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h), the model needs 9 seconds. Toyota says that the vehicle can be started in temperatures as low as -22 degrees Celsius (-7.6 degrees Fahrenheit). Prices for the model start at less than 45,000 USD after federal and state incentives and this can also be had for 499 USD a month, for 36 months, with 3,649 USD at signing.