Toyota's Mirai is proof that hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are a viable transportation option -- but it's not yet ready for widespread use. It is the first fuel cell car available to purchase in the U.S., and follows other fuel cell (FC) models that were only available to lease. The Mirai takes just a few minutes to refill rather than the hours to recharge a conventional EV.
Toyota Mirai Road Test

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The Mirai comes as a fully loaded model, with standard forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking, blind-spot, rear cross-traffic and lane-departure warning. There are no options. Note that depending on whether it's a purchase or a lease, various rebates and incentives are available....
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