Toyota said it is targeting a 10-fold increase in global sales of its all-new, second-generation Mirai, as the company today (30th Nov) introduced the hydrogen fuel cell electric saloon to the market.
This growth will be supported by the new model’s stronger performance and greater customer appeal, notably as a more affordable vehicle with a selling price reduced by around 20%, Toyota said in a statement.
“The practicality of hydrogen FCEV ownership will also steadily increase as markets improve their hydrogen infrastructure, the number of filling stations rises, and governments and local authorities introduce new incentives and regulations for cleaner mobility,” the statement added.
Adopting the GA-L platform has allowed the fuel cell stack and drivetrain components to be repackaged in a way that makes more efficient use of space.
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