Last year Toyota took the wraps off the stylish 2021 Mirai fuel cell vehicle, which is a major styling improvement over its predecessor. Now Toyota has announced that the new Mirai will officially go on sale in December.
One of the reasons that the new Mirai looks better than the last generation, is because it’s now based on a new rear-wheel drive platform, which gives it sportier proportions. The new Mirai is now lower, longer and wider than its predecessor with a coupe-like profile.
Inside there’s a 12.3-inch touchscreen with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa compatibility. There’s also an 8-inch digital gauge cluster and wireless charging for your phone. The 2021 Mirai will be offered in two trim levels: XLE and Limited.
The XLE trim level comes standard with dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, manual rear seat sunshades and power-folding mirrors with puddle lights.
The Limited trim level adds a color Head-Up Display, three-zone automatic climate control, heated and ventilated front and rear seats, and a rear touchscreen control panel with climate control function, rear sunshade toggle, audio controls. A Bird’s Eye View Camera also comes standard on the Limited trim level, but it’s available on XLE. Lastly the Limited trim also gets standard Intelligent Park Assist and a dual-fixed panoramic moonroof with power sliding shade.