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Mirai is a core component of Toyota's vision for a sustainable mobility society, one that allows us all to move freely in comfort and safety in an environmentally friendly, sustainable manner.
The Mirai can also be leased for PS750 per month over four years.
ABOUT MIRAI CLINICAL Mirai Clinical is spearheaded by founder and CEO Koko Hayashi, who is an expert on Japanese anti-aging and completed a prestigious CIDESCO degree (the internationally respected aesthetic license that requires a deep understanding of the human body and its functions).
The Mirai is based on the Prius Plus platform, and uses a 152bhp electric motor that's also used in the Lexus 450h.
Much of the exterior design of the Mirai owes itself to the sciences of aerodynamic efficiency and electrolysis.
The Toyota Mirai is the world's first mass-produced fuel cell sedan.
Takayuki Yoshitsugu, chief representative, Middle East and North Africa Representative Office, Toyota Motor Corporation, said: "Toyota Mirai is a ground-breaking vehicle that delivers tomorrow's driving experience today, ushering in a new era of efficient, hydrogen transportation.
Toyota will introduce Mirai in limited numbers in the UK and other selected European markets later this year, following its launch in Japan and, from this summer, California.
JAPAN: Shiseido will establish a global innovation center in Yokohama's Minato Mirai 21 District.
TOKYO, Apr 13, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - On Friday, Toyota will open a showroom to highlight the groundbreaking Mirai fuel cell vehicle, which went on sale last December.
The announcement, at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, was made in conjunction with the unveiling of Toyota's first production fuel-cell vehicle, the Mirai, which will be released in California later in the year and in the rest of the United States sometime after that.