Toyota unveils hydrogen-powered radio-controlled Mirai
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Toyota unveils hydrogen-powered radio-controlled Mirai

Toyota has unveiled the UK’s first hydrogen-powered radio-controlled car (RC) in the shape of a Mirai in Gloucestershire, UK today (Oct 18).

Created at a 1/10 scale replica of the brand new Mirai, the mini-RC bundles a mini hydrogen fuel cell into the vehicle and featured in a unique test-drive around the Old New Inn Model Village in Bourton-on-the-Water.

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Much like the range with its larger brother, the Mirai, the RC is capable of doubling the driving distance of a conventional battery-powered RC car, much like the larger Mirai that can cover up to 400 miles on a tank of hydrogen.

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