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Toyota’s second-generation Mirai has a 400-mile range – Engadget

The new hydrogen-powered car can boast of a more efficient fuel cell and longer range, but the same question of refueling won’t go away.

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Mirai deputy chief engineer Ryotaro Shimizu said that the company was looking for a more “emotional design” for the new model. Gone are the quirky vertical air inlets on the nose (necessary for the fuel cell to breathe) in favor of a massive forward grille. The car is a couple of inches shorter and wider, and nearly six inches longer than its predecessor. Most of that space has been used for better legroom and comfort, and to make room for a fifth passenger. Depending on specification, it ships…

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