Compared to the first-generation front-wheel-drive Toyota Mirai, the second-generation model rides on the rear-wheel drive GA-L platform, brings more luxury, more advanced user and safety tech, longer range, smaller and lighter fuel cell stack, and enhanced performance.
Its body is longer, wider, lower. The new-gen Toyota Mirai has bolder stance accentuated by standard 19-inch alloy wheels. The driving range has increased by 30 percent up to 402 miles (XLE grade, EPA-estimated).
Toyota offers the Mirai in two grades – XLE and Limited.
The Mirai XLE has a starting price of $49,500. It is $9,050 less than the previous Mirai’s.
An Advanced Technology Package can be added to the XLE for $1,410. It includes Bird’s Eye View camera, front and rear Parking Assist with Automated Braking, front seat foot illumination.
The Mirai Limited starts at $66,000. 20-inch Super Chrome Alloy wheels are available for extra $1,120 as an option.
Both grades have a Special Color price of $425 for Oxygen White, Heavy Metal, Supersonic Red and Hydro Blue (Limited only) color options.
The Mirai XLE grade will have a starting lease price of $499 per month, while the Limited grade lease will cost $549 monthly.
Special launch incentives will be available when the 2021 Mirai first goes on sale, including special finance rates, retail cash back and launch cash back.
Each model comes with up to $15,000 of complimentary hydrogen. Extended ToyotaCare, good for 3 years or 35,000 miles, will come standard.
Other owner benefits include roadside assistance for 3 years (unlimited miles), an 8-year/100,000-mile FCEV warranty on key fuel cell electric vehicle components, a complimentary rental experience for up to 21 days during the first 3 years of ownership, and more.
As of November 2020, 43 hydrogen fueling stations open in California, plus one in Hawaii. Toyota has joined other manufacturers and local governments to help expand the number of hydrogen fueling stations.