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A Smaller and Less-expensive FCEV, Toyota “Mirai C” make its debut in 2019.

One of the greatest Japanese automotive manufacturers, Toyota now planning to excel the International industry with cheaper automobiles. Asahi Shimbun reports that Toyota intends to manufacture and introduce a cheaper and smaller automobile edition in the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell category soon to nail 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. This particular model expectedly going to smack the global roads by 2019 at a cost of $50,600 to 55,200 or 5.5 million yen to 6.0 million yen at current US exchange rates. In comparison, the existing worth of Mirai cost approximately $ 66,500 (7.3 million yen), however, the legislative subsidies tries to convey  the actual price little lower than the actual price for the customers to $ 46,000 (5 million yen).

Though, if the equivalent incentives keep applying to upcoming FCEV, Mirac C can cost around $ 32,000. As per the company sources, the unnamed smaller vehicles seems to wear a name “Mirai C” in the fortitude of standard Prius and Prius C. To meet expected revenue Toyota also plan strategy to cut down their production costs through integrating automation in some of the steps that presently involve physical installation on Mirai.

Mirai C

A former report stated that Toyota would expand the Mirai family, though, it also consider that the lack and inefficiency of hydrogen infrastructure would make the entire production procedure pretty slow. This novel report put forward that such conditions can place a long time to launch a second FCEV behind the first version. The vision to introduce a less-expensive FCEV before the time passes seems significant and important especially for Toyota in Japan. The Japanese governmental leaders and great personalities really desire to present Toyota as their high-tech metropolis during the opening season of 2020 Olympics.

Economically, the country’s leader has already set a goal of producing 100 hydrogen-fueled buses and 1,000 H2 passenger cars on the regional roads at the time of Olympics opening ceremony. Additionally, government also want to see 6,000 FCEV’s across the country at the same time. Since, Toyota is also an Olympics sponsor so, they in reality wants to project a leading and foremost position at the Olympic games. So far, it already been so much thrilled and excitement for the entire world and going to be challenging for both Japan and Toyota automotive manufacturers to hit such expectation level.