Toyota rolls out latest Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle
Longer range and lower price aimed at driving automaker to top of FCV market
Japanese consumers can expect to pay about 5.7 million yen for the new Mirai after taking into account low-emission vehicle subsidies offered by the government.
TOKYO -- Toyota Motor began selling on Wednesday its latest Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in Japan, which features a longer range than its predecessor along with a host of new functions.
The low-emission auto can run 30% longer compared with the previous model -- up to 850 km before needing to be charged. The new Mirai also boosts seating capacity to five from four.
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