Its second generation Toyota Mirai is on the market from 2019. Being mass production hydrogen-powered modelis one of the most special cars to drive on the road.
It seems that the buying public appreciates its innovation Miraisince the sales of the 2023 surpassed hers flagship of the Japanese companywhich is none other than Supra. More specifically, the company sold 2,737 Mirai units in the USwhile they were delivered 2.652 Suprai.e. something more than half, in relation to 2022 (4.952).
As for the rest of its products Toyotathe GR86 sold 11,078 timeswhile popular Corolla ended the year with 232,370 units. In total, the manufacturer recorded more than 1.9 million sales at USA the 2023.
Comparing his numbers Mirai with those of other, more popular models, such as Corollathey certainly don’t look very encouraging, but they are one a real sign of success for Toyota. The Japanese have strongly supported it hydrogen as fueland everything shows that they are not going to stop anytime soon.
After all, there are many moves the company is making in this direction. Last year Marchthe first racing Toyota Corolla with liquid hydrogen hit the track doing tests, while the Junethe company announced that it will participate in the flagship 2026 Le Mans 24 Hours race with the Toyota GR H2 Racing Concept.
As for her Suprait can 2023 may not have been one of her best years, in terms of sales, but the version of the model with the manual transmission gave a huge boost to its demand overall. This is expected to continue as well 2024but everything shows that the Supra it will “suffer” from the existence of the cheaper and equally impressive one second generation of the GR86.
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