The Toyota Mirai 2 FCV – a serious competitor to state-of-the-art BEVs?

,  10am Detroit | 4pm Stuttgart
Electric VehiclesFuel Cell Vehicles

Wolfgang Fritz, Project Manager, AVL

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The Toyota Mirai 2 is a mid-size hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV) and represents the second generation of the famous Toyota FCV platform for mass-production and commercial sales.

Among other OEM specifications, the impressive range of 650km at a price of €60.000 make the Mirai 2 a candidate to be the benchmark mid-sized electric vehicle. But will real-world performance match Toyota’s claims?

In this free, 60-minute webinar, AVL’s Wolfgang Fritz will evaluate the Mirai 2’s fuel cell technology and overall performance and discuss how it measures up to its rivals and state-of-the-art BEVs.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Does the Mirai 2 set a new benchmark for hydrogen fuel cell passenger cars?
  • Overview of the technologies featured in the Mirai 2, including the fuel cell stack and the balance between performance, efficiency and cost
  • Can Toyota keep its promise of hydrogen consumption of 0.89 kg/100km, and how does it handle the cooling and the cold start challenge?
  • How does the Mirai 2 achieve its high driving range at such a competitive price?