Toyota has officially released an in-depth look into how the Toyota Mirai is made and we couldn’t be more excited. With the latest release of the fuel cell vehicle, we have been intrigued to see some of the technology behind one of the most highly anticipated new cars on the market.
Production of the fuel cell vehicle will begin at the Motomachi Plant in Toyota City, Japan, which has been producing Toyotas for 56 years. Some of the most popular Toyotas have been created at the Motomachi plant including the RAV4 and Supra.
The small plant will now be in charge of producing the new Mirai and it plans to produce three units of the hydrogen powered sedan each day.
For the in-depth look at how the Toyota Mirai is made checkout some of the videos below! We here at Capital Toyota are super excited for the arrival of the new sedan so stay tuned to find out when it will be arriving!