Showcasing the future of automobiles, Toyota unveiled the Mirai concept at the Auto Expo.
Mirai was first unveiled in Japan during 2014 and later made it’s global unveil at the Geneva Motor Show 2015. This car is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell that leads to the production of 153 PS of maximum power embarking a power output density of 3.1 kW/L.
With a futuristic design, Mirai is set apart in the looks apartment. Front of the car resembles the water droplet kind off design while the bumper compartment and fog lamp area are triangular and sharp in appearance with vertical LED’s placed in them. The design includes a sharp long crease line running across the body. At the rear, the tail lights resemble the ‘old’ Lexus LFA to some extent with the trapezoidal structure and LED’s in them.
Mirai measures 4,890mm in length, 1,815mm in width and 1,535mm in height and has a 2,780mm wheelbase. The kerb weight, largely due to the heavy stack of fuel cells, stands at 1,850 kg.
It is going to remain a concept for a long time.