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Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Sedan (2nd-gen, FCB130)

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Product Description

The 2nd-generation Toyota Mirai is constructed on Toyota's latest rear-wheel-drive modular platform, GA-L. The GA-L platform is engineered to accommodate the hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain, amongst others. The new platform enhances handling dynamics and design.
With a new 3-tank layout and fully-redesigned fuel-cell system, the 2nd-gen Mirai reaches a range of 650 km, a 30% increase over its predecessor. Updates on the fuel cell system also achieves significant reductions in the size and weight of all principal components; combined with the new RWD layout, the new Mirai achieves dramatic improvement in driving dynamics.
The new Mirai has a design echoes what many would have expected a Lexus GS would be, though the latter has been cancelled.

Product Ratings

  • Rear-wheel drive
  • No emissions in use
  • Decent fuel efficiency
  • Nothing in particular

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Specifications

Construction

Battery Capacity
4Ah, 84 cells, 310.8V, 44.6kg
Brakes
Ventilated disc - 4 pot fixed calliper (front) / Ventilated disc - 2 pot fixed (rear)
Platform
GA-L
Power Steering
Electric
Suspension | Front
High mounted Multilink
Suspension | Rear
Low mounted Multilink
Weight Distribution
50:50

Dimensions

Ground Clearance
150 mm
Size | Height
1480 mm
Size | Length
4975 mm
Size | Width
1885 mm
Tire Size
235/55 R19 (front) / 245/45 R20 (rear)
Track Width | Front
1610 mm
Track Width | Rear
1605 mm
Weight
1900-1950 kg
Wheel Size
19 inch (front) / 20 inch (rear)
Wheelbase
2920 mm

Performance

0-100 Km/h
9.2 sec
Coefficient Of Drag
0.29
Electric Range
650 km
Top Speed
175 km/h
Turning Circle
12.6 m (body) / 11.6 m (tire)

Powertrain

Drivetrain Layout
RWD
Engine | Power
Fuel Cell128 kw / 174 hp
Motor Generator134 kw / 182 hp
Engine | Torque
Motor Generator300 Nm
Engine | Type
Permanent magnet synchronous motor powered by hydrogen fuel cell
Fuel Capacity
142.2L / 5.6kg (Liquid Hydrogen)

Production

Debut
2020-11-30
Made In
Japan
Model Name
FCB130

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