Filed under: Sedan , Technology , Toyota , Electric , Emissions Is there some rule that all cutting-edge, ultra-efficient or emissions-free vehicles need to look, uh, weird? No? Then would anyone care to explain the Toyota Mirai , a vehicle that for all it’s hugely, wildly promising technology, will forever be pigeonholed based on its odd styling? Looks aside, the Mirai represents a big gamble for Toyota , which isn’t only selling a hydrogen-powered car – a risky venture in itself – but teaming up with Air Liquide to build 12 hydrogen filling stations across the northeast . And once that’s done, it plans on leasing the $57,000 sedans for just $499 month , a figure that includes free hydrogen ( there is a reason for that, though ). Like we said, this is a big gamble. Of course, we still can’t get over its looks, which you can more closely analyze in our live gallery , available above. Have a glance. Continue reading Toyota Mirai offers promising tech, unfortunate looks Toyota Mirai offers promising tech, unfortunate looks originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 20 Nov 2014 19:42:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds .
Filed under: Toyota , Electric The Toyota Mirai is coming to California next year and it will arrive bearing a $57,500 MSRP. Toyota says that with state and federal incentives worth a total of $13,000, interested customers will be able to buy a Mirai for under $45,000. If you’re more into leasing, then you can get the Mirai for $499 a month for 36 months (with $3,649 due at signing). Both options come with free hydrogen fuel for “up to three years.” The 2016 Mirai will be available in California in the fall of 2015 in a very limited supply – less than 200 vehicles in the fourth quarter – but as availability expands to the Northeast ( read: Boston and New York ), Toyota says it expects more than 3,000 to be on the road by the end of 2017. But there might be a catch. The $8,000 federal tax credit isn’t scheduled to last much longer. In fact, it could expire well before the Mirai is released. The current regulations say that , “The purchaser may claim a credit for the certified amount for a fuel cell vehicle if it is placed in service by the taxpayer after Dec. 31, 2005, and is purchased on or before Dec. 31, 2014.” That’s just a month and a half from now, while the car is almost a year away.
BLUE SPRINGS, Miss. (June 19, 2014) – In the aftermath of the April 28 tornado that struck Northeast Mississippi, Toyota asked how they could help those in need. The answer shaped itself in the form of almost $86,000 donated by Toyota, near site suppliers and team members.
Sunny, Clear Skies, and a 100 Percent Chance of Being Green – Toyota Mississippi ‘Turns on the Power’ at Earth Day Celebration
BLUE SPRINGS, Miss. (April 22, 2013) –