VIDEO: Is The 2021 Toyota Mirai Good-Looking Enough To Make You Take The Plunge Into Hydrogen? – The Fast Lane Car. Toyota Mirai 2021 sedan, launched a month ago, has just been announced by the manufacturer in the US, from $ 49,500 with many upgrades.
Toyota has announced the price of the Mirai 2021 in the US market, starting from 49,500 USD, nearly equal to the Lexus GS 2021 priced from 51,000 USD.
The Mirai 2021 is a major improvement over its predecessor, with an upgraded standard LED headlight system and 19-inch aluminum rims.
Inside, Toyota equips the screen behind the steering wheel with an 8-inch digital instrument cluster and a 12.3-inch screen for the side-mounted infotainment system, which supports smartphone connectivity. JBL sound system with 14 speakers.
In addition, the car is also equipped with an electric steering wheel, dual-zone automatic air-conditioning, heated front seats, an 8-way electric driver’s seat, wireless charging, auto-dimming rearview mirror and HomeLink multi-purpose transceiver.
In terms of safety, the car is equipped with a range of driver assistance technologies such as adaptive headlights, blind spot monitor, warning of vehicles crossing back when reversing, pre-collision warning system, pedestrian detection. , lane departure warning system and lane change assist, traffic sign recognition, lane keeping assist and full-speed dynamic radar cruise control.
The Japanese automaker added an optional $ 1,400 package with a bird’s-eye camera, front-seat leg lights, front / rear parking sensors with automatic braking.
The more advanced version of the Mirai Limited, priced at $ 66,000, is slightly upgraded with an all-glass hood, special 19-inch wheels. Interior with heated / ventilated front / rear seats, 8-way power adjustable seats, three-zone automatic climate control with touch screen rear. Digital rearview mirrors, electric rear sunshades, manual side sunshades for the rear seats.
Other benefits include: smart parking assistant, 360-degree camera and front / rear parking sensor with automatic brake.
The Mirai 2021 uses rear-wheel drive on all versions, with a new fuel cell compartment smaller and lighter than before. The car has three hydrogen tanks, 1.24 kWh lithium-ion battery and an electric motor with 180 horsepower and 300 Nm of torque. This engine accelerates the car from 0-60 mph (0-96 km / h) in 9.2 seconds.