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2016 Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Car Review

The Mirai is Toyota’s first production hydrogen fuel cell car. Based very loosely off the Prius V platform, the Mirai is an all-new Avalon sized sedan whose only exhaust is water. The car uses the Lexus RX450h’s motor, the Camry Hybrid’s battery pack and hybrid control electronics sourced from various Toyota and Lexus vehicles to create an all-new category of drivetrain.

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