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Toyota Mirai breaks world record for distance travelled with one fill of hydrogen

Toyota Mirai breaks world record for distance travelled with one fill of hydrogen

The world record for the longest distance travelled in a hydrogen-powered vehicle with just one fill has been broken by a second-generation Toyota Mirai.

Confirming the news on Monday (May 31), Toyota said the vehicle travelled 1,003 kilometres on public roads in the South of Paris and in the Loir-et-Cher and Indre-et-Loire areas.

Green hydrogen was used during the record attempt and the average fuel consumption was 0.55 kg/100km, with Mirai being able to store 5.6 kg of hydrogen.

Read more: Second-generation Mirai: The details

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