Redesigned for 2021, the Mirai fuel-cell vehicle became a larger, more powerful, and more luxurious five-passenger car that is based on a rear-wheel-drive Lexus platform.
It's essentially an electric car that produces its power onboard without needing to be plugged in.
It takes a few minutes to fill the Mirai's tanks with hydrogen, as opposed to hours of charging a typical electric car, but hydrogen stations are very scarce.
The EPA's estimated range is 402-miles.
The second-generation Mirai adds several safety and tech features.
Its starting price is $49,500, about $9,000 less than the outgoing model.
Buyers, or those who opt to lease, get $15,000 of complementary hydrogen fill-ups for three years.
The Mirai is currently for sale in California only.