ZeroAvia receives Toyota Mirai

Hydrogen-focused powertrain developer ZeroAvia is deploying a Toyota Mirai fuel cell car at its Cranfield base to help with ground operations.

The company today said that the new vehicle will form an important part of its ground-breaking hydrogen airport refuelling system.

“We are delighted to have a Toyota Mirai on our fleet. With our focus on making hydrogen powered flight a reality, it makes perfect sense to add a zero emission car to our ground fleet,” said Sergey Kiselev, Head of Europe, ZeroAvia.

“We’ll be using it for transport around the Cranfield and other UK locations.”

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