24th November 2021
EP Report

Last month, Tijarah Motors limited imported the first hydrogen powered car in Bangladesh, the Toyota Mirai. 


While the technology was interesting, the car was uninspiring to drive, according to many consumers and car enthusiasts and refueling was a major challenge.


Toyota's second generation Mirai hydrogen FCEV is upon us, with a sharp new look, a lower price, a better platform, more range, and updated technology.


The 2021 model is now bigger and built on the same RWD platform as the Lexus LS sedan, with seating for five.


The driving range has increased 30% over its predecessor, while power is up slightly, with 182hp and 300ft-lb of torque.


Its high-performance fuel cell is backed with a battery that also stores the braking energy.


The exterior is modern and sophisticated, and the RWD proportions are outstanding. The car looks futuristic and follows the same design language as Toyota’s flagship brand Lexus.

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