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News 2022 Toyota Mirai FCEV Arrives in the Spring Priced from $54,990

2022 Toyota Mirai FCEV Arrives in the Spring Priced from $54,990

The new Toyota Mirai is a premium luxury sedan that happens to be powered by hydrogen

  • This is the all-new 2nd generation Mirai.

  • It will be offered in two trims: XLE and Limited.

  • Range is an estimated 647 km.

  • Quebec and British Columbia will get it first.

The new Toyota Mirai was introduced about two years ago and will finally makes its way to Canada this spring. The electric hydrogen-powered sedan will be available in two trims: XLE and Limited.

2021 Toyota Mirai Photo: Toyota

Toyota engineers have put a tremendous amount of effort in the new Mirai. The car now rolls on Toyota’s GA-L premium rear-wheel-drive platform for a significantly more dynamic driving experience. It is also far more appealing. Coupe-like in profile with defined body lines and a powerful presence, the new Mirai is sharp.

“The Toyota Mirai changes everything about personal mobility – offering drivers an advanced powertrain that produces zero emissions and is as fast as gas to refuel,” said Cyril Dimitris, Vice President, Toyota Canada Inc. “But above all, the new Toyota Mirai is a vehicle that drivers will choose because it’s a gorgeous sedan that’s fun to drive – and that just happens to be a fuel cell electric.”

Toyota Mirai Now Holds Guiness World Record for Longest Distance on One Tank of Hydrogen

Standard features for both trims will include an 8″ colour LCD digital gauge cluster and a 12.3″ touchscreen multimedia display, navigation with traffic and weather, a JBL premium audio system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, and integrated Sirius XM satellite radio, as well as Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+.

The base Mirai XLE, priced from $54,990, will feature 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, heated front seats, SofTex upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a wireless charging system.

The $76,750 Limited version will throw in a panoramic moonroof, 20-inch chrome wheels, heated and ventilated front, and rear seats, perforated SofTex upholstery, eight-way power-adjustable front seats with memory system, multi-LED front turn signal indicators, a digital display rearview mirror, a head-up display system, a power back door, and more.

2021 Toyota Mirai
2021 Toyota Mirai Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Mirai Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Mirai Photo: Toyota

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