Is Mirai a good car?

While it’s too soon to know its future, the years ahead could be bright. As a car, the Mirai is lovely. It’s built on the same platform as the Lexus LS, and it’s comfortable, roomy, quiet, and luxurious. And with a $67,420 price tag, that all makes sense.

How much does a 2021 Mirai cost?

From $49,500
2021 Toyota Mirai/MSRP

The least-expensive 2021 Toyota Mirai is the 2021 Toyota Mirai XLE 4dr Sedan (electric (fuel cell) CVT). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $49,500. Other versions include: XLE 4dr Sedan (electric (fuel cell) CVT) which starts at $49,500.

How fast is Mirai?

The 2021 Toyota Mirai’s performance is We timed the 2021 Toyota Mirai to 60 mph in 7.4 seconds, nearly two seconds quicker than Toyota’s own 9.2-second estimate.

Is Toyota Mirai safe?

Put simply, yes. All Toyota cars have to meet very exacting safety specifications, and the hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai is no exception. Over the last decade, hundreds of Mirai test cars have been thoroughly road tested, crash tested and safety tested. It’s as safe as any Toyota vehicle.

How long does it take to fill up a Toyota Mirai?

Refueling a Mirai isn’t complicated. There’s a pump and a nozzle, just like at a gasoline station. After approximately five minutes,44 you’ll be ready to hit the road.

Will hydrogen fuel get cheaper?

Renewable hydrogen should now cost less than H2 made from natural gas with carbon capture and storage in all modeled markets by 2030. Our renewable H2 cost forecast is 13% lower in 2030 than in our previous outlook, and 17% lower in 2050. Costs fall well below $2/kg by 2030 and well below $1/kg by 2050 in most markets.

Are hydrogen engines reliable?

Fuel Cell Electric cars are as safe as conventional vehicles. Toyota has spent many years testing hydrogen-powered cars in extreme conditions and temperatures to ensure they can be used safely and reliably, just like any other Toyota.

What are the disadvantages of hydrogen fuel cells?

What are the Disadvantages of Hydrogen Fuel Cells?

  • Hydrogen Extraction.
  • Investment is Required.
  • Cost of Raw Materials.
  • Regulatory Issues.
  • Overall Cost.
  • Hydrogen Storage.
  • Infrastructure.
  • Highly Flammable.