Introduced for the 2016 model year, the Toyota Mirai is a limited-production fuel-cell vehicle. It seats 4 people and is currently only available in California, where there is a small network of the hydrogen fuel stations necessary to power the car. That’s right. The Mirai is fueled by hydrogen, which is converted to electricity by way of a chemical reaction in the car’s fuel-cell stack. The electricity powers electric motors, which in turn power the vehicle. Water vapor is the only emission from the Mirai’s “exhaust” system. With greater hydrogen fuel production and a wider network of fueling stations, the Mirai’s drivetrain could become more commonplace.
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