Toyota Mirai

Toyota is driving the hydrogen movement forward with the greenest EV ever Toyota Mirai. How does a hydrogen powered vehicle work? When hydrogen is pumped into the vehicle, the gas will move to carbon-fiber fuel tanks where it's stored. It then has front intake grills that transport air from outside the vehicle into the fuel cell stack. The process of hydrogen traveling to the fuel cell stack triggers a chemical reaction with the oxygen in the air, creating electricity, which is then used to power the Toyota Mirai. What makes the Mirai different from other EVs? Because the only by-product that is created is water.
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