It may not seem like it, but the Toyota Mirai that we saw a few months ago was still a prototype. Yes, it was a prototype (very) close to the production version, but still a prototype.
So for that reason Toyota is going to reveal the final production version of the second generation of what was the first series-powered hydrogen sedan, this presentation is scheduled for December.
No teaser revealed, Toyota also shows that the new model will remain very faithful to the prototype that anticipated it, being the most likely that the differences between the production version and the prototype that Guilherme Costa saw live will be in detail.
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As on the outside, we shouldn’t expect any major changes on the inside either, especially when we remember that the interior of the prototype was already similar to a production car at all.
What is already known?
One of the certainties that already exist about the new Toyota Mirai is that it will be based on the modular TNGA platform, but for rear-wheel drive vehicles.
As far as dimensions are concerned, and assuming that they must remain the same (or very close at least) to the prototype, the length is at 4,975 m, the width is fixed at 1,885 m, the height at 1,470 m and the distance between axles in the 2,920 m.
Regarding the technical data of the Toyota Mirai, these remain shrouded in secrecy. Thus, the only information we have is that Toyota promises for the new Mirai an increase of up to close to 30% in the autonomy of the current model (550 km in NEDC cycle).
Coming to Portugal confirmed by Salvador Caetano officials, we now have to wait for December to get to know more details of the new Toyota model.