The 2021 Toyota Mirai Is a Futuristic Luxury Sedan

19 ian. 2021
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The 2021 Toyota Mirai is a hydrogen fuel cell car with a futuristic powertrain -- and a luxurious driving experience. Today I'm reviewing the Mirai, and I'll show you all the quirks and features of Toyota's luxurious, futuristic 2021 Mirai. I'm also driving the Mirai to show you what it's like on the road.
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  • What is the mass?

    TWARDOWSKYTWARDOWSKYAcum 4 ore
  • What was the Hkg/100km consumption in this Test? What is the annual cost of the service and what need to be service there because oil changes are not likely;)?

    TWARDOWSKYTWARDOWSKYAcum 4 ore
  • So peeing car will replace fart car.

    Sudhir YadavSudhir YadavAcum 6 ore
  • Not surprised that this has a Lexus styling... Lexus is owned by Toyota still right? Not a fan of the rims btw... but i like the way the exterior looks!

    Nicholas TersigniNicholas TersigniAcum 10 ore
  • Hey if it emitted banana peels also it would be ready for Mario kart lol

    Nicholas TersigniNicholas TersigniAcum 11 ore
  • The button is for manually marking the territory

    RobertslawnoRobertslawnoAcum 15 ore
  • This guy claps when the airplane lands.

    TMTK 1348TMTK 1348Acum 15 ore
  • When you get exited for a car review, but then you realize you have to listen to Doug.

    blueslove61blueslove61Acum o Zi
  • I’m more interested in this than electric cars honestly. Fun fact, the Halo Warthog runs on hydrogen.

    Austin HAustin HAcum o Zi
  • Anyone who lives in a winter climate will not appreciate the ice maker under their car

    Sam LSam LAcum o Zi
  • I feel like if you were short you would have an extremely hard time seeing over those screens.

    Jack BrittJack BrittAcum o Zi
  • Fun fact I never even knew this car even existed so THANK YOU Doug Demuro and for doing a 10/10 job on reviewing this car

    Michael StanawayMichael StanawayAcum o Zi
  • this car looks extremely cheap

    Zen GeigerZen GeigerAcum 2 Zile
    • Still looks dope tho, like a 2019 supra

      thatdumbgoblinthatdumbgoblinAcum o Zi
    • Yea, you said it buddy

      thatdumbgoblinthatdumbgoblinAcum o Zi
  • Who else likes the idea of hydrogen better then battery powered EVs? no batteries to worry about in the future.

    zane hayeszane hayesAcum 2 Zile
  • Let me say, this is a very very beautiful and elegant car. Rare beautiful piece.

    zmirczmircAcum 2 Zile
  • is this car can drive in Winter?

    NemoNemoAcum 2 Zile
  • 👍

    Travis HartleyTravis HartleyAcum 3 Zile
  • Funny how "Mirai" translates to "Future" in japanese

    Ying Yang Spinny ThangYing Yang Spinny ThangAcum 3 Zile
  • HydrogenoxygenH2NCONH2exhaust

    rajesh handarajesh handaAcum 3 Zile
  • See, when that Musk fella says Fool Cells, this is partially what he's talking about. Apart from fit and finish, there is precisely zero reason to buy this over a Tesla - or any one of a few dozen other EVs. The cell tanks steal most of the internal space, it's not very fast, it's not very fun, it's not very practical,... It's not very much of anything. The drive train is the reason for that. HFCVs just don't produce very much power for the space they take up. By the time you've squeezed in a battery buffer big enough to make comparable power, you might as well have built a BEV. Even with the patchy EV infrastructure out there right now, you can still go interstate in ANY BEV. You can't leave California in this. In the UK, Where I live, there are less than a dozen pumps in the entire country. All but 2 of them are currently broken or otherwise offline. This is going nowhere. Nowhere. Why Toyota are still wasting their energy and money on this daft crap only Mr. Toyoda knows.

    Tim AustinTim AustinAcum 4 Zile
  • gasoline engines are still the most reliable no matter what.. years and years to come.. 😁

    eleazer garrinoeleazer garrinoAcum 4 Zile
  • Turbine wheels on this look nice.

    KhalidKhalidAcum 4 Zile
  • It may be a high quality Toyota, but for the money I would rather have the refreshed Tesla Model S, with it's flat rear floor and hatchback...

    Lovejazz01Lovejazz01Acum 4 Zile
  • *🔴**rolabel.info/door/yJB71a_UopiFjm0/video.html* .

    #ĀVREEEVANS#ĀVREEEVANSAcum 5 Zile
  • This should be the design for the next Camry. It's a good looking car.

    KeithKeithAcum 5 Zile
  • I honestly like this car, I think Toyota did a good job on it

    TTAMC C.TTAMC C.Acum 5 Zile
  • Thank god California basically never sees cold weather, they would hate all that water freezing up on them roads yo

    Attlas _Attlas _Acum 5 Zile
  • Not gonna pay 70k for a car that can’t even do 0-60 in 6 secs... cool looking car tho.

    Carlos TorresCarlos TorresAcum 6 Zile
  • Hydrogen fuel cell car: I only make water emissions California: Yeah so look you're gonna have to put a Brita Filter on your exhaust pipe

    Shane TShane TAcum 7 Zile
  • So you’re telling me you can either have a maxed out hellcat or a peeing prius for the same cheese?

    Black SabbathBlack SabbathAcum 7 Zile
  • doesn't look luxury at all.. glossy plastics?

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  • A comparison between the Toyota Mirai and the Hyundai Nexo would be interesting.

    VerzoVerzoAcum 7 Zile
  • Wtf “ one of the only hydraulic cars “ means doug

    Nipuna PamudithaNipuna PamudithaAcum 8 Zile
  • Totally impractical and a fad that won't last. No cross country road trips with no refuel stations outside California. Can't drive it more than 200 miles away from your nearest station without needing a tow back. This is that hippy Berkley hipster bs that Cali is known for. I bet the hydrogen station pollutes more in building than a regular station just like how electric cars destroy the environment more during the battery mining process.

    Grizzly CaliGrizzly CaliAcum 8 Zile
  • toyotas are awful things, corny machines, such cool fuel tech, I wish it had been done by a company with serious design, instead of this monstrosity

    Edwin de PaulaEdwin de PaulaAcum 8 Zile
  • That gear lever has been around since prius gen 2 lol Doug and his curiosity haa

    HillHillAcum 8 Zile
  • I'm so excited for fuel cell vehicles. Certainly at least for niche purposes, I think this technology will be super prevalent 10 years from now.

    evanevanAcum 8 Zile
  • This bomb is not the future. Fusion bomb is!

    snoopyfix2snoopyfix2Acum 9 Zile
  • So that means I could straight up drink it from the exhaust??

    小林康則小林康則Acum 10 Zile
  • No wonder its only available in california, anywhere cold everytime you park at home get out it spills water that freezes you walk past the back wheel the next morning to get in and slip on your arse 🤣

    scott matthewsscott matthewsAcum 10 Zile
  • That's the ugliest gayest car I've seen in my life

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  • The first reliable luxury car?

    Mo HMo HAcum 11 Zile
  • Nothing wrong with standard USB. In fact you would use USB-C to USB adapter if you want to connect most of the things right now.

    AryAryAcum 11 Zile
  • I still use the old usb's. So yeah.

    RabidRounds785RabidRounds785Acum 11 Zile
  • There is a fuel cell station in San Jose near the airport at a 76 gas station on north first street.

    Bitemyshinny MetalassBitemyshinny MetalassAcum 11 Zile
  • 1960's: we will have flying cars in the future. 2021: welcome to the peeing car.

    DoubleDeckerAntonDoubleDeckerAntonAcum 12 Zile
    • Yea, i dont think Marty McFly predicted this in Back to the Future lmao

      Nicholas TersigniNicholas TersigniAcum 11 ore
  • Completely agree with Doug on the volume control situation. It needs to be a twist knob.

    Francois VermaakFrancois VermaakAcum 12 Zile
  • Just when I thought that it would be a normal, everyday car. No wonder the interior is too neat and attractive.

    Blooming PetalsBlooming PetalsAcum 12 Zile
  • I have only seen the K900 with such intense rear seat controls. Nice!

    aaron busseyaaron busseyAcum 12 Zile
  • There are some problems with this car. 1) Price. Not affordable for most people. 2) Size. It's too large and I guess that the tech right now is so expensive that it would make no sense in a compact car. 3) Interior design is wierd. The dash is.......the exterior design is elegant but the dash design turns me off.

    Nolin ChitnisNolin ChitnisAcum 12 Zile
  • I wouldn't take it even when it's for free.

    I SterlingI SterlingAcum 12 Zile
  • Anyone else think the trunk isn't small? 🤔

    Jordan RouseJordan RouseAcum 12 Zile
  • Strange car but good color.

    VamprensVamprensAcum 12 Zile
  • Actually, that cross bar on the roof is a good thing: safety first.

    Laurentiu TrifanLaurentiu TrifanAcum 12 Zile
  • This car is disaster from toyota..and disaster price..

    Mr NICKMr NICKAcum 12 Zile
  • The back reminds me of the old saab 9-3 from the early 90s, i really like it!

    Vakas MVakas MAcum 13 Zile
  • I would use the h2o button just before entering my garage I guess ?

    Nicolas CrevierNicolas CrevierAcum 13 Zile
  • Wait.. I like it

    D.J. WD.J. WAcum 13 Zile
  • "oh, your car can do a fancy dance with its doors? Watch this" *hits the pee button

    Kyle KingKyle KingAcum 13 Zile
  • I used to see these in southern Michigan all the time

    87 Seconds Education87 Seconds EducationAcum 13 Zile
  • That extra room in the cluster is for Error lights, cmon Doug...

    Haris AnsariHaris AnsariAcum 13 Zile
  • how would this work in freezing temps

    Ethan StormEthan StormAcum 14 Zile
  • USB is by no means old. Most cars still just have the 12V cigarette lighter. Doug’s standards are too high.

    cstrutherskgscstrutherskgsAcum 14 Zile
  • Im thinking they should make this car under Lexuse brand name (because it’s don’t make sinse to pay toyota for 50k ) 🤯

    Ahmad MhamedAhmad MhamedAcum 14 Zile
  • Awesome car from the future. Hydrogen cars are something I've been hearing about for years as so I'm glad they're really a thing that you can buy. I doubt we'd ever get it here in Australia, we have hardly any electric cars as it is.

    Michael ClarkMichael ClarkAcum 14 Zile
  • I have been always wondering... why can't this be the mainstream instead of EV? It doesn't need long charging time. It's eco friendly. Is it because it's dangerous due to hydrogen gas?

    You SheYou SheAcum 14 Zile
  • Teslas fart, Mirais pee.

    Kristóf SzabóKristóf SzabóAcum 14 Zile
  • This beats most Teslas for me in everyway possible.

    DawsonDawsonAcum 14 Zile
    • Having lived with a hydrogen car and now having a Tesla: no it's not. Trust me.

      ScnottakenScnottakenAcum 10 Zile
    • Need more hydro stations

      Zack's GadgetsZack's GadgetsAcum 13 Zile
    • Even with all the negatives Doug listed? Because there's a lot

      87 Seconds Education87 Seconds EducationAcum 13 Zile
  • Hydrogen is 100% the way to go compared to conventional electric cars. I really think more companies gotta look into this. For gods sake, the only emission is literally water.

    DawsonDawsonAcum 14 Zile
  • So your saying to lease this is better than to buy it.

    Ivan 23 CaravantesIvan 23 CaravantesAcum 15 Zile
  • Eco score makes these idiot's drive 60mph or 55mph on the freeway in the fastlane or in the carpool lanes... idiot's.

    Ivan 23 CaravantesIvan 23 CaravantesAcum 15 Zile
  • New cars and their super cheap radio's. Makes it harder for us to put subwoofers and more reliable aftermarket radios

    Ivan 23 CaravantesIvan 23 CaravantesAcum 15 Zile
  • Cross bar is for roll overs. Some all car manufacturers have forgotten throughout the years.

    Ivan 23 CaravantesIvan 23 CaravantesAcum 15 Zile
  • how much seahorse power ?

    Nico AcostaNico AcostaAcum 15 Zile
  • Dear this car use hydrogen as a petrol or change by electric or chsrging battry ?

    داهێنان لە کوردستان Idea from Kurdistanداهێنان لە کوردستان Idea from KurdistanAcum 15 Zile
  • Got that Audi fastback style

    FifthcellFifthcellAcum 15 Zile
  • This car is powered by shit. You take it to a shit fueling station and you fill it with shit and then it is combined with pee

    Henri NieminenHenri NieminenAcum 15 Zile
  • Hmm... I might consider giving this car a test drive before buying it in the future.

    FlavoredGenuineFlavoredGenuineAcum 16 Zile
  • Water pipe? Oh. It won't drive in cold place because the water in pipe would frozen...

    JWJWAcum 17 Zile
  • When I drive if the passenger touches the volume control, (or any other control on the system) the passenger is ejected at the next possible place to stop the vehicle!

    bobdadrumabobdadrumaAcum 17 Zile
  • Tesla rearend 🤔

    Gutta GuttaGutta GuttaAcum 17 Zile
  • Doug looks small, next to this car

    Steffen Stengård VilladsenSteffen Stengård VilladsenAcum 17 Zile
  • Dont all phones or majority still use USB b ??

    G .M.G .M.Acum 17 Zile
  • Wouldn’t place it in my garage tho. Don’t want no peeing car in there

    Deejnisch VBDeejnisch VBAcum 17 Zile
  • This is the future 😳

    BubbleGum 7BubbleGum 7Acum 17 Zile
  • When Doug talks about how small a backseat is we all know it's a low-key height flex on us average folk 😂💀 I wonder how many people don't know the dude is like 6'4 so most cars are going to be a bit small if he has the seat set at comfort level for another fellow giant lol

    Ethan MilesEthan MilesAcum 17 Zile
  • Only one end of the cable that goes to your phone needs to be type C, the other end goes to the adapter, it's all USB, my smartphones all are also like that, what do you mean it doesn't have USB c? It's a car, it's giving the power out, it's not a laptop review and just copying what they say.

    EverybodyEverybodyAcum 18 Zile
    • @Sloan Jerry you probably mean USB 3.0 to c and to lightning. Just search cable charge and see what it brings you on shopping recommends, they're all Type A to c for fast charging smartphones or to micro USB for older and lower lvl ones. I haven't seen a single c to c for charging cable. They are probably more for connecting to a monitor or display device like a projector or something.

      EverybodyEverybodyAcum 16 Zile
    • R u a noob? The new charging cable are c to lighting or c to c.

      Sloan JerrySloan JerryAcum 16 Zile
  • 50k is the starting price of most electric cars. This is an interesting alternative, especially if it does better with degradation

    CarlCarlAcum 18 Zile
  • It just looks like a Prius that went to the gym and is angry as f

    Radu mihaiRadu mihaiAcum 19 Zile
  • imagine driving this in Canada and then the water instantly freeze in winter🥶

    Frank SunFrank SunAcum 19 Zile
  • This is a beautiful car! My favorite color and everything!

    Gabriel HuntGabriel HuntAcum 19 Zile
  • If hydrogen cars become popular are the roads always slick?

    beach4me2007beach4me2007Acum 19 Zile
  • I wish you showed us the refueling experience. The speed of filling up is literally the only advantage over an electric car.

    Duncan CampbellDuncan CampbellAcum 19 Zile
    • @TTAMC C. Yes, hydrogen is a lot more energy dense than lithium ion. It's longer range and faster to fill up, like gasoline. The main difference (outside of performance potentially, I'm not sure how fast you can extract the energy potential of hydrogen) is that hydrogen is more expensive per mile of range. That said, while hydrogen may be more expensive, you won't have the upfront cost of the battery, nor will you have to replace said battery after 5-10 years, so I don't know which method is actually cheaper in the long run assuming we managed to get all the infrastructure built out. One thing I'm fairly certain of, however, is that lithium ion will not be a realistic replacement for diesel for semi-trucks, since shipping costs would rise exponentially if truckers had to wait around for an hour or two every 300 miles to recharge (and that's being charitable, realistically it would probably be much more often because additional friction from the extra wheels and the cargo severely impacts the range, and if those batteries are that much bigger to compensate then they will take even longer to charge). Possibly we'll end up seeing both hydrogen and battery electric infrastructure be installed, but I'd argue Japan probably has it right on this issue. Something many people are not considering is the impact of battery electric on the used car market, too. If there are no more ICEs and the gasoline infrastructure starts to die off, battery electric vehicles are very expensive comparatively. There aren't really any sub-$10000 battery electric vehicles at the moment, and if there were you either wouldn't have much range (probably sub 100) or you would have to replace the battery (so add another $5000-10000 depending on the number of kwh you want to add). Battery electric is going to obliterate the poor and lower middle classes financially unless they have some low cost alternative (which hydrogen fuel cell vehicles would be, though their operation costs over time are higher than cheap ICEs including occasional maintenance).

      Bro FistBro FistAcum 18 ore
    • @Alex Macdonald wait hydrogen cars can get longer miles than electric?? Didnt know that

      TTAMC C.TTAMC C.Acum 5 Zile
    • The much longer range of hydrogen cars over electric is not an advantage to you?

      Alex MacdonaldAlex MacdonaldAcum 14 Zile
    • _the only_

      Tubular TopherTubular TopherAcum 18 Zile
  • Looks like a fat Lotus Europa

    william andersonwilliam andersonAcum 19 Zile
  • Again, manufacturers trying to sell their "cool new" ideas like the trunk hang method as if VW's didn't have this literally 16 years ago lmao

    GTRacerGTRacerAcum 19 Zile
    • @spydersniiper Yeah they were a common thing in those generations of vehicles of the VW group. I owned a 2006 VW Passat and it had that, too. There is absolutely nothing new about this.

      GTRacerGTRacerAcum 19 Zile
    • I was thinking the same thing! My 2009 Audi A4 has this “feature”

      spydersniiperspydersniiperAcum 19 Zile
  • Just imagine tens of thousands of these dumping water on the road in cold climates...That sounds like...fun?

    Peter ZerfassPeter ZerfassAcum 20 Zile
    • everybody just slide around, it'll be really efficient don't even need to burn hydrogen to move.

      Lau ChenLau ChenAcum 16 Zile
  • Not buying one until I can release the water into a cup inside the cabin for a fresh drink of water after my drive

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