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Future is now

Future is now

Toyota will launch its Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in Japan on December 15, before introducing it in the UK and other European markets in September.

Mirai (the name means future in Japanese) signals the start of a new age of vehicles. It uses hydrogen to generate electric power, delivering better environmental performance with the convenience expected from any car.

Mirai uses the Toyota Fuel Cell System (TFCS), which brings together fuel cell and hybrid technologies. It includes Toyota’s new, proprietary fuel cell stack and high-pressure hydrogen tanks.

The TFCS is more energy efficient than an internal combustion engine and emits no CO2 or pollutants when the vehicle is driven.

A generous cruising range and a hydrogen refuelling time of around three minutes provide the same level of convenience as a petrol-powered car.

It’s expected Toyota will make just 50 to 100 cars a year in 2015 and 2016, with UK pricing and specification to be announced.

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