You're looking at the car of the future. The redesigned 2021 Toyota Mirai is a fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) that converts hydrogen into electricity using an onboard fuel cell stack. A chemical reaction creates an electrical current, flowing through a circuit to a battery, which powers the Mirai's electric drive motor. This process generates no emissions other than water vapor. The car actually cleans the air as you drive it.
This new 2021 Mirai is the second generation of Toyota's ground-breaking FCEV masterpiece. The base price is more than $9,000 less than before. Every Mirai also includes free maintenance for three years or 35,000 miles, free roadside assistance for three years without any mileage restrictions, and a debit card good for $15,000 in free hydrogen fuel during the first six years of ownership. And don't forget the Mirai is eligible for carpool-lane access. If you think this sounds fantastic, you're not alone. I'm smitten, too. But in the U.S. market, Toyota sells the Mirai only in California and Hawaii due to hydrogen refueling infrastructure limitations.