The newly announced Toyota Mirai doesn’t look anything like it’s predecessor. The Prius looks have made place for something more reminiscent of a Camry or a Lexus. Speaking of which, it’s said to be slightly larger than a Lexus GS and also features rear wheel drive.
The Toyota Mirai is a zero emission fuel cell car, which runs on hydrogen. It’s basically an electric vehicle, which doesn’t need to be plugged in to recharge. You can refill it at specific hydrogen refueling stations and it produces pure water as exhaust fumes.
The car will have a range of over 600 km (400 miles) and will probably cost more than the current Mirai, which is available for about 60.000 USD.
Toyota will unveil the car officially at the coming Tokyo Motor Show.