Toyota has dramatically changed the Mirai hydrogen-powered 5-seater for the 2021 model year.
The new, second-generation Toyota Mirai will come in two trim levels – XLE and Limited. It rides on Toyota’s premium rear-wheel drive platform adding rigidity. The body becomes wider, lower and longer.
Toyota has made improvements in terms of conform and space. The car’s new design is more emotional and aerodynamic.
Every Mirai comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ safety and driver assistance suite, a Qi-compatible smartphone wireless charging tray, a 12.3-inch multimedia touchscreen with 14 JBL speakers, a subwoofer and amplifier.
Android AutoTM, Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa are standard too. An 8-inch color TFT LCD digital gauge cluster behind a steering wheel displays the speedometer, drive mode, fuel efficiency, MID and more.
The XLE cars have dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, manual rear seat sunshades, and power-folding mirrors with puddle lights.
The Limited grade comes standard with a color Head-Up Display (HUD) with speedometer and navigation, three-zone automatic climate control, heated and ventilated seats, a rear touchscreen control panel; Intelligent Park Assist, and a dual-fixed panoramic moon roof with power sliding shade.
A Bird’s Eye View Camera comes standard on Limited, and can be available on XLE.
The manufacturer offers a brand-new Hydro Blue color for the Limited trim, never featured before on a Toyota. Other color choices include Oxygen White, Black, Supersonic Red, and exclusive Heavy Metal.
19-inch black machined-finish aluminum wheels are standard on the Mirai Limited, while 20-inch super chrome-finish aluminum wheels are optional. The base Mirai XLE comes with 19-inch twin-spoke aluminum wheels.
U.S. sales of the 2021 Toyota Mirai will begin next month. Pricing will be known closer to the sales start.
The current 2020 Toyota Mirai costs from $59,545 (incl. destination and handling).