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Toyota Mirai 2019 concept gallery
Toyota Motor launched the Mirai in late 2014 as the first mass-market hydrogen fuel-cell car. The car was first presented in November 2013.
This family four-door sedan can drive about 650 km on a single gas refuel. The Toyota Mirai fuel tank is fully refuelable within three minutes.
As of late 2018, the company sold less than 10,000 Mirai cars worldwide.
In October 2019, Toyota Motor announced its plans to unveil the concept of the next generation of its Mirai fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. Scheduled for launch starting in late 2020, initially in Japan, North America, and Europe, the second-generation Mirai with an increased hydrogen storage capacity will target a 30% rise in driving range.