Toyota Mirai 2021 2021
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Mirai 2021

<p>The Mirai is Toyota's alternative-fuel futuremobile, pThis year marks the introduction of a larger, more premium second-generation Mirai, now riding on a RWD platform shared with the Lexus LS. It competes with other fuel cell and electric vehicles including the Hyundai Nexo, Honda Clarity, and Tesla Model 3.owered by an electric motor fed from a hydrogen fuel cell.he new Mirai is so, so much better than the oddball ecomobile it replaces. A longer, lower, wider platform permits elegant new styling; it no longer feels like you're walking up to some dinky science experiment. Ride quality is smooth and easy-going, aided by the new model's additional wheelbase over its predecessor. The new model is quicker, too.Weight balance is a perfect 50:50 this time around, which lends the Mirai surprising balance and grace navigating curvy roads. One aspect of the driving experience we don't love is the brake pedal, which feels wooden and artificial as a result of Toyota's poorly tuned brake-by-wire system. As we found in our First Test review, it can be difficult to brake smoothly. With decent range, a smooth drive, great looks, and a larger interior, the Mirai is a sweet zero-emissions cruiser—as long as you live somewhere with the hydrogen infrastructure to support it.Toyota claimed the redesigned 2021 Mirai would offer an upgraded powertrain with enhanced performance. System output from the electric motor comes to 182 hp and 221 lb-ft of torque, compared to its predecessor's 151 hp and 247 lb-ft. That motor now drives the rear wheels instead of the fronts. The 2021 car reaches 60 mph in 7.4 seconds, significantly quicker than its predecessor's 8.6-second run.With to a hydrogen fuel cell with more capacity than that of the first-gen model, Toyota has targeted a 30 percent increase in driving range. The math checks out; the 2020 model was rated at 312 miles of range and the new Mirai is delivers 402 miles in XLE trim or 357 miles for Platinum models with bigger wheels. That's a lot of ground to cover before needing to stop to refuel, and the Mirai's equivalent of "gassing up" only takes five or 10 minutes—assuming you can find a station that's working properly or has hydrogen in supply, as has proven challenging with our Mirai long-term review car.</p>

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