Category Archives: Toyota Mirai

2024 Toyota Mirai front and side view

Video of the 2024 Toyota Mirai Overview

Watch the Overview of the 2024 Toyota Mirai

Welcome to the era of the 2024 Toyota Mirai, a visionary marvel named after the Japanese term for ‘future.’ Beyond mere transportation, it signifies a paradigm shift in eco-conscious driving. Fueled by cutting-edge hydrogen cell technology, the Mirai ingeniously harnesses hydrogen and air to produce electricity, leaving nothing behind but pure water. Embracing sustainability without compromising performance beckons a new dawn in automotive innovation. Say hello to a cleaner, greener future on the roads with the Toyota Mirai leading the charge. Contact us at Ammaar’s Toyota Vacaville, CA, for more information about the 2024 Toyota Mirai.

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Tokyo 2020

Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 Will Feature Toyota Electrified Vehicles

Next year, Tokyo will host the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. As Japan’s biggest company and an automotive leader for eco-friendly cars like the Prius Hybrid and Mirai Fuel Cell Vehicle, it’s fitting that Toyota will provide the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics with a fleet of electrified vehicles. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Toyota Mirai Rear Quarter View

How fuel efficient will the 2016 Toyota Mirai really be?

2016 Toyota Mirai EPA fuel efficiency

With the upcoming release of the 2016 Toyota Mirai, many people are wondering how efficient the hydrogen-fueled vehicle will actually be. Now that we have more information and estimated numbers from the EPA, it’s safe to say the 2016 Mirai takes the cake for efficiency and range in terms of fuel-cell vehicles. Read the rest of this entry >>

2016 Toyota Mirai front quarter view

Hydrogen-fueled 2016 Toyota Mirai release date

2016 Toyota Mirai release date

Later this year, Toyota will release the 2016 Toyota Mirai, further changing the automotive industry as we know it. In 1992, Toyota began developing a plan for alternative fuel vehicles, and in 2015, their plans became reality. Future possibilities are endless, and Toyota is excited to keep moving forward with fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). How do FCVs actually work? Let’s take a closer look. Read the rest of this entry >>