Everything is ready to start the commercial launch of the new 2021 Toyota Mirai in the United States. The second generation of the successful car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell system is set to start. With this car, the Japanese manufacturer significantly raises its commitment to hydrogen as an option for sustainable mobility.
Sales of the new Mirai in the US market will start from next December. And, although Toyota has not revealed the prices for this model, it has confirmed the details of its range. A range that will consist of two levels of finish and is characterized by offering a complete set of standard equipment.
USA drivers interested in owning the new 2021 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) will be able to choose between two trim levels: XLE and Limited.
2021 Toyota Mirai XLE
- 19-inch double-spoke wheels
- heated seats
- 3-zone air conditioning
- Black SofTex upholstery with grey stitching
- infotainment system with a 12.3-inch screen
- JBL stereo with 14 speakers
- Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
- digital instrument cluster with 8-inch LCD screen
- wireless charger for compatible mobile phones
- Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ driver assistance
2021 Toyota Mirai Limited
- SofTex upholstery
- Heated and ventilated seats
- Electric sunshades for the rear window
- Panoramic sliding roof with electric shutter
Also, for the Limited trim level, 20-inch wheels are available as an option. The body is available in five colours: Hydro Blue, Oxygen White, Supersonic Red, Heavy Metal and Black.
On a technical level, we are facing a totally new car. The new 2021 Mirai is powered by Toyota's TNGA platform. Inside it has five seats for adult passengers. The cabin is more spacious since it has a longer wheelbase and, above all, a more compact hydrogen fuel cell system. The second-generation Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) has three tanks for storing hydrogen.
The second-generation Mirai will offer an extended range of about 30% compared to the previous model, which means up to 700 km.
The commercial launch will take place for the first time in the USA. Orders can now be placed, but the price has not been disclosed yet. Deliveries will start in December.
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