According tomedia reports, Toyota has released an official plan for its second-generation Mirai production version, which will begin production in Japan this fall. At the end of 2020, the new generation of Mirai will be launched in Japan before moving into North America and Europe. Toyota said the car would make significant progress in technology, driving performance and design.
The new car is a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, built on the TNGA rear drive platform, with a range of 30 percent, or up to 652 kilometers, higher than the first-generation Mirai. The second-generation Toyota Mirai completely abandoned the first-generation design language and transformed it from an original compact car into a midsize one. In terms of appearance, it has a flat line, an elegant scale and a slender body: 4975/1885/1470mm in length and width and 2920mm wheelbase. The shorter front suspension with a slinky roof design gives the second-generation Mirai a coupe. The rear assembly cross-type LED tail light, tail light upper made a depression design, in order to more prominent sense of hierarchy, the technique is quite novel.
In terms of interior, the co-pilot’s tilted air-conditioning outlet is matched with the center-screen, physical key area tilted toward the main driver, plus colored trim and ambient lights, giving off a strong sense of lines and layers throughout the center console. In terms of configuration, the second-generation Mirai features a 12.3-inch center screen, an 8-inch LCD screen, huD head-up display, front seat heating/ventilation, and a JBL sound system.