TOYOTA MIRAI FCEV
Mirai means “Future” in Japanese. The Toyota Mirai includes an optional “Power Take-off” which is a DC adapter in the boot that allows the owner to draw power off of the fuel cell powering his home in emergency situations. The Mirai is equipped with V2G (Vehicle to Grid) and can provide 60kWh on a full charge, which is about two days of power at the US average household energy consumption of 30kWH.
The solid-polymer electrolyte fuel cell itself was developed in-house by Toyota and is comprised of 370 cells, each weighing 102 grams and measuring 1.34 mm in thickness. The fuel cell does not need a humidifier, thanks to internal water circulation.
The Mirai can hold a maximum of 5.0 kilograms of compressed hydrogen in two 10,000-psi carbon-fiber-reinforced high-pressure tanks, positioned under and behind the rear seats.
Output density is 3.1 kW per liter or 2.0 kW per kilogram, which Toyota claims is among the world’s best. The Mirai is sold with 3 years of fuel free.
TOYOTA MIRAI FCEV SPECS
TOYOTA MIRAI FCEV SALES
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THE TOYOTA MIRAI FCEV IN THE NEWS
2018 Week 3 - Mirai available in Canada
Toyota announced on the 18th of January at the start of the Montréal International Auto Show that it will expand sales for its Mirai FCEV to Québec Canada this year. Isabelle Melançon, Minister of Sustainable Development, the Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change said at the announcement “The arrival of the Mirai in Quebec is perfectly in line with the adoption of the zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) standard last December, which aims to substantially increase the number of electric cars on Quebec roads. This standard will give Quebecers access to a wider range of electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids.” As at February 2017, 2,840 Toyota Mirai’s have been sold in Japan, USA, and Europe.
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