2016 - 2018 Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Sedan

2016 Toyota Mirai FCV – Driving Pleasure and Comfort

What makes the new Toyota Mirai such an enjoyable endeavor?  Check out some of this fuel cell’s fab features.

2016 Toyota Mirai FCV – Fuel Cell Stack

Discover more about the fuel cell stack powering the Toyota Mirai. The stack is smaller and lighter than previous units while providing world-class power performance.

2016 Toyota Mirai FCV – Fuel Cell System

Watch to find out more about the inner workings of Toyota’s Mirai fuel cell sedan.

2016 Toyota Mirai FCV – Product Introduction (long)

Learn more about the road Toyota traveled to arrive at the Toyota Mirai.  This game-changing vehicle runs on hydrogen and emits only water while driving.

2016 Toyota Mirai FCV – Product Introduction (short)

A vehicle that runs on hydrogen and emits only water while driving. Meet the game changer, Toyota Mirai.

2016 Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Sedan B-Roll

Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV), Hydrogen

Introducing Toyota's New Fuel Cell Vehicle...Mirai

Toyota Motor Corporation President/CEO Akio Toyoda reveals the name of the new Fuel Cell Vehicle, Mirai, and talks about the research and development that went into the innovative sedan.

Toyota Mirai - Fueled by Bullsh*t

Hydrogen is almost everywhere. It's in water, grass, and yes, even bullsh*t. But can it fuel a car? Discover more at Toyota.com/FBE.

Toyota Mirai - Fueled by Lemonade

In the third video in the “Fueled by Everything” series, Toyota and comedian Nikki Glaser take a humorous look at a potential fuel source – discarded lemonade from kids' lemonade stands. Yes, lemonade. Because hydrogen really is in almost everything.  
Discover more at Toyota.com/FBE

Toyota Mirai - Fueled By Oil Creek

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) Making the Mirai: Chassis and Fuel Cell System Assembly

The Toyota Mirai fuel cell sedan features a CFRP Stack Frame which is produced at the assembly area of Toyota’s Motomachi Plant, formerly the LFA Works. Following the installation of the fuel cell stack, the boost converter, hydrogen tank and tubes are fitted to the vehicle. This video also shows the hydrogen leak test which is performed using helium. Next, the vehicle’s fuel cell stack and hydrogen tank are installed at the same time, followed by preparation of the electric motor and marriage of the air compressor to the fuel cell stack. Before the chassis assembly is complete, the drive shaft, front axle, inverter, water heating unit, high voltage cable, front suspension, motor, rear axle, front bumper and wheels are installed.

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) Making the Mirai: Final Assembly

The final processes before the Toyota Mirai fuel cell sedan rolls off the assembly line are the installation and assembly of the external power supply system, vehicle interior, engine bay, windshield, and rear windows. The glue used to affix the windows to the frame is 8 mm high and 12 mm wide, applied by highly skilled craftspeople at a consistent rate. This video also features the final interior trim installations, including: seats, doors, steering wheel and inverter cover. An ignition check is then performed on the vehicle before it is send for final inspection.

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) Making the Mirai: Plant Interior and Parts Selection

The assembly line for the Toyota Mirai is divided into three main sections: trim, chassis/fuel cell assembly, and final assembly. In each section, there are sub-assembly areas for parts installation. This is an overview of the production line as well as the parts selection process located close to the assembly line.

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) Making the Mirai: Quality Control and Inspection

Detailed quality control and inspection is performed on the Toyota Mirai before it leaves the Motomachi Plant, on its way to customers. Toyota specialists use both visual and tactile inspection to ensure the vehicle is of the highest quality and without any defect before leaving the factory.

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) Making the Mirai: Vehicle Trim

Before each Toyota Mirai body is brought to the former LFA Works assembly line, it is painted at the mass production line at Motomachi Plant. The vehicle doors are then removed to enable more efficient interior work for Toyota’s highly skilled craftspeople, as well as preventing doors from being damaged. This video also showcases: wire harness, dash silencer, brake fluid tank, rear combination lamp, instrument panel, main battery, roof lining, and rear bumper installation.

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