The next year’s Toyota Mirai’s MSRP will be the same as this year’s.
Though, there will be a small boost in the vehicle’s destination fee. Therefore, it will cost $58,365 together with destination. Just to compare, the 2015 model was $58,325. Before any incentives, this includes $8,000 federal tax credit along with $5,000 potential California rebate. The next year’s Mirai from Toyota will come with access to the California HOV carpool lane.
The hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is a combination of oxygen and hydrogen for making electricity onboard. It emits only water vapour in order to make it a 0-emission car. The considered car receives an EPA-estimated driving range of 312 miles. It is possible to refuel the vehicle in almost 5 minutes.
The Mirai trailblazer program will offer 3 choices for customers:
The new offering will be also available in the Atmospheric Blue shade.