Toyota Mirai Limited 2021 Review Cressida’s Duplicity


Toyota has yet to release a sedan that lives up to the Cressida's reputation for smooth operation and graceful rear-drive style.

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However, through that lens, it's possible the automaker might have slipped in a spiritual successor without us realizing it.

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In spite of a hydrogen fuel stack instead of a velvety inline-6, the 2021 Toyota Mirai is poised, comfortable, and luxurious (despite its modest badge and reasonable-luxury price).

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The Hyundai Nexo fuel-cell crossover is likely to be the Mirai's most direct competitor, but thanks to its rear-wheel-drive styling and well-built interior, it occupies a more premium position.

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While it isn't a traditional electric vehicle like the Tesla Model S, Mercedes-Benz EQS 450, or Lucid Air, its hydrogen tank can be fully recharged in just a few minutes, and it offers more than 350 miles of zero-emissions range.

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We commiserate if you remember the old Toyota Mirai. The first Mirai fuel-cell vehicle did not impress buyers much because it resembled a third-generation Prius with pec and bicep implants.

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The new Mirai, based on the rear-wheel-drive platform found under the Lexus LS, features a long hood and low roofline, as well as butterfly wing headlights and a trapezoidal front grille.

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The Mirai is heavily influenced by its Lexus mechanical sibling on the inside. The 12.3-inch infotainment screen extends outward from the 8.0-inch digital instrument cluster,

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