2018 Toyota Mirai ratings and reviews
While most cars are powered by gasoline and most eco-friendly vehicles are powered by electricity or a mix of gas and electricity, the 2018 Toyota Mirai runs on hydrogen, the most abundant element on Earth. The Mirai is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell that turns the gas (plus oxygen) into electricity, producing water vapor as its emission. The Mirai can go for up to 300 miles between fuelings. The only caveat is that it needs to be refueled at a hydrogen fueling station and as of right now, the only such refueling stations are in Southern California. Under the hood of the Mirai, you'll find an electric motor that gets 153 horsepower and has a continuously variable automatic transmission. Standard features on the 2018 Mirai include three years of Safety Connect, with a hydrogen station map app, Smart Key and push-button start, pre-collision warning, a blind spot monitor, and rear cross-traffic alert.