Toyota Mirai spied nearly undisguised
Mere days after announcing the December premiere of its second-gen Mirai, Toyota took its barely disguised fuel cell sedan out for some road tests.
In fact, since the Japanese automotive giant showed us the production version of the Mirai Mk2 back in January this year, the wrap may not be necessary altogether. The test vehicle looks almost exactly like its concept revealed last year (see video). It is 4,975 mm (16.32 ft.) long, 1,885 mm (6.18 ft.) wide and 1,470 mm (4.82 ft.) tall with 2,920 mm (9.58 ft.) between the axles.
Inside the hydrogen-powered saloon are a digital instrument cluster, a large infotainment display, a wireless gadget charger and much more. The only powertrain-related spec known to date is the range: 650 kilometers, or 404 miles.
Editor Andrew Raspopov