The Toyota Mirai – a hydrogen fuel cell powered car has been spotted in India for the first time. The car has reportedly reached the Bangalore Toyota centre.
The Toyota Mirai is a 4-door sedan. It has slim wraparound headlights and triangular vents with chrome trim. An LED light is positioned vertically on either side of the bumper. The Mirai has blacked-out A, B and C-pillars. At the rear, the car has triangular tail lamps with a light bar that stretches across the tail gate.
On the inside, the Mirai has a 3-spoke multi-function steering wheel and a digital instrument cluster placed in the centre of the dashboard. It has a floating touchscreen infotainment system and a raked centre console with a piano black fascia and silver trim.
The Mirai is powered by a fuel cell system that has 370 cells. It has a peak output of 151 BHP. The fuel cell system powers an electric motor that has an output of 149 BHP and 335 Nm of torque.
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