Toyota has unveiled the updated second-generation Mirai hydrogen sedan in Japanese market specifications. It will go on sale on December 18th.
His main acquisition was the latest Toyota Safety Sense system, which doubled safety. There are no details at the moment, but the company says the driver will have a proactive driving assist feature that “provides deceleration and steering support.”
The new Mirai includes forward collision warning with pedestrian and cyclist detection, cross-traffic warning and lane departure warning. The updated sedan is also standardly equipped with a lane change assist system, adaptive cruise control and an automatic switching function for high beams to low beams. Plus, the list includes road sign recognition and blind spot monitoring.
But that’s not all. The Japanese Toyota Mirai will continue to be offered with Teammate semi-automatic pilot and Advanced Park parking assistant.
Most sedan trims come standard with 12.3-inch displays and new 64-color ambient interior lighting.
According to preliminary information, technically the sedan has not changed. Thus, we can expect a 185 hp electric motor, a 1.24 kWh lithium-ion battery and a fuel cell. Drive – rear. Three tanks are provided for hydrogen storage.