The existing, first-gen Toyota Mirai isn't a popular vehicle for reasons that broaden beyond its hydrogen powertrain. For one, the Mirai isn't exactly an attractive car, and the car in some way stopped working to feel large on the inside. These qualms have been repaired with the 2021 Toyota Mirai sedan concept, which previews the second-gen Mirai that will debut at the Tokyo Auto Show later this month.
The Toyota Mirai is the brand's very first hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle produced the mass production. It is a four-door sedan which debuted in 2016, and in the meantime, it is only offered in Europe, Japan, and California. It brings in with its contemporary and futuristic appearance, and comfortable, luxurious, and extremely enjoyable interior. However, the most innovative quality of the Mirai is discovered under its hood, and it is the fuel cell technology. The manufacturer claims that it is the future of car which is a complete zero-emission vehicle. At the moment, the latest version of this vehicle is the 2018 model year, however the carmaker has actually also announced the newer 2019 Toyota Mirai.