The next generation 2021 Toyota Mirai made its Canadian debut at the Quebec City International Auto Show. “Toyota and the province of Québec keep transforming the automotive industry to introduce the second generation Mirai, a hydrogen powered fuel-cell vehicle and an electrified option for Quebecers,” said Jocelyn Daneau, Quebec Zone Manager for Toyota Canada Inc. “Already, thanks to this partnership, dozens of cutting edge, practical and very clean Toyota Mirai sedans are on the road in Québec, and the next generation Mirai will inspire even more people to embrace the hydrogen-powered future.”
The second-generation of Toyota’s hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle introduces a coupe-inspired body that’s lower, longer and wider than before. In addition to its new appearance, the Mirai has moved from a FWD to a RWD configuration for a sportier driving experience. Meantime, a new fuel cell system and increased hydrogen storage give this new model a projected 30 percent increase in range over the current Mirai.
The first generation Mirai is currently on sale in Quebec and Toyota delivered its first 50 vehicles in early 2019. Together, Toyota and the province continue to collaborate to bring the hydrogen-powered future to Canadian drivers.