As the world’s first hydrogen fuel-powered battery vehicle, Toyota Mirai will also undertake transportation services for the Beijing Winter Olympics and practice the mission of zero emissions.Toyota Mirai will provide transportation services during the Beijing Winter Olympics. The car will mainly be responsible for the transportation of spectators or staff in mountainous areas such as Yanqing. At present, 140 cars have cleared the country.
Toyota Mirai’s first-generation model has attracted much attention since its launch in 2014. Last year, Toyota released the second-generation Mirai model. Compared with the first-generation, it has a larger body and a luxurious and comfortable exterior interior design.
At the same time, vehicles have more hydrogen storage, more efficient use of hydrogen energy, and longer battery life.The second-generation Mirai is the model that will undertake the transportation task of the Beijing Winter Olympics.
According to the previous official introduction, the second-generation Mirai model has optimized hydrogen storage device structure design, increased the number of hydrogen storage tanks to three, carried hydrogen increased to 5.6KG, and the battery life increased by 30% to 850 kilometers, and it is the current global new energy vehicle. The most battery life. An average of 1kg of hydrogen can be used for vehicles to travel 150 kilometers.
The output power density of the fuel cell stack is increased to 5.4KW/L, and its maximum output power can reach 128kW. Compared with the hydrogen fuel cell stacks of other car companies, Toyota’s output power can even be twice that.
The maximum power of the driving motor of the vehicle is 134kW, the maximum torque is 300N·m, and the maximum speed of the vehicle is 175km/h.
The car is sold in the Japanese market after subsidies in the range of 7.1-8.05 million yen (approximately RMB 445,000 to 505,000).