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 webinar, AVL’s Wolfgang Fritz 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?