Published on January 18th, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Toyota Motor Europe delivers 2 Mirais to the Dutch Government

At a “Zero Emission” event held today in The Hague, the Dutch National Hydrogen Platform presented its plans for the further development of hydrogen infrastructure. Mrs Sharon Dijksma, Dutch Secretary of State for Infrastructure and Environment, received the keys of two new Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Vehicles from Masahisa Nagata, Executive Vice-President of Research and Development at Toyota Motor Europe.

Mirai is the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell sedan, benefiting from Toyota research and development of the fuel cell technology spanning for over two decades, and world-leading experience in hybrid vehicle power systems.

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Using hydrogen gas to generate electricity within a fuel cell stack, Mirai produces no tailpipe emissions other than water. Spacious, refined, comfortable and safe, it combines its advanced technology with superb practicality: a full-tank driving range of around 500 kilometres bears comparison with a petrol-powered car and the refuelling process only takes about three minutes to complete.

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