FCEV

2021 Toyota Mirai: All-new Japanese FCEV has coupe styling and rear-drive platform

2021 Toyota Mirai: All-new Japanese FCEV has coupe styling and rear-drive platform

The 2021 Toyota Mirai FCEV is entering the market with fresh styling and a sportier attitude. First seen in 2014 as Toyota’s first production hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, the all-new Mirai addresses the shortcomings of its predecessor with a higher estimated driving range, rear-wheel-drive dynamics, a five-seater cabin, and a host of standard tech and safety features.

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Hyundai commits to electrification and fuel cells with ten new models by 2022

Hyundai commits to electrification and fuel cells with ten new models by 2022

South Korean automaker Hyundai is diving head-on towards electrification and hydrogen fuel cell technology. In a recent online press briefing, Hyundai was kind enough to give us a healthy glimpse into the carmaker’s expanded EV and eco-focused vehicle lineup. Consisting of up to ten new models (including the all-new Ioniq 5 CUV and Ioniq 6 luxury sedan), the lineup also includes the Nexo FCEV, a hydrogen fuel cell-powered crossover which is now sold at Hyundai dealerships.

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