With Hydrogen, Toyota Aims To Reclaim The Green Image Stolen By Tesla
Range: 312 miles.
Emissions: Only water.
Time to refuel: 5 minutes.
Nearest hydrogen filling station: There’s gotta be one around here somewhere! Hint… there are 16 hydrogen filling stations in the U.S. If you have time to drive in a 3-state-radius you’re bound to hit one eventually.
“…consumers and the media rush to embrace the plug-in electric Tesla Model S and upcoming Model 3 while dismissing a potentially more revolutionary new model from Toyota, the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell. Like Tesla’s cars, the Mirai is powered by electricity, but instead of storing energy in a battery, it creates electricity on demand.” “The Mirai’s benefits are numerous: It emits only water; it can be refueled in about five minutes (versus several hours for a traditional electric); and it has a range of 312 miles, comparable to a gasoline-powered car.”
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