As the world’s first mass production hydrogen energy vehicle, the first generation of Toyota Mirai has attracted the attention of global consumers since its launch in 2014. The concept car version of the car was launched at the Tokyo Motor Show last year, and the official map of the mass production version was released in early 2020. We will know whether it is a mass production version at the Beijing auto show which will open on September 26. < / P > < p > there is little difference in appearance between the mass production version and the concept version. However, compared with the first generation of Mirai models, the body shape of the new car has changed greatly. At the same time, the chassis from Lexus GS makes the body shape more slender and elegant. < / P > < p > and the shape of the front face is more peculiar. The air inlet is completely placed under the logo, which also reflects the feeling of the closed front face of the electric vehicle to a certain extent. < / P > < p > the design of the interior console is similar to that of Lexus. Full LCD panel and suspended central control panel. At the same time, a large area of the car is wrapped with leather, which has a full texture. < / P > < p > in terms of body size, the length, width and height of the new Mirai are 4973 / 1885 / 1468mm, and the wheelbase is 2918mm. Although the length of the car body is similar to that of the Asian Dragon made in China, the wheelbase of Mirai is 48mm longer than that of the domestic Asian dragon, and the performance of the passenger space in the car is more satisfactory. < / P > < p > at present, the specific information of Mirai’s power system has not been released. However, referring to the first generation of vehicles, it can be seen that there are two 70MPa high-pressure hydrogen storage tanks, one large and one small, with a tank volume of 122.4l and a maximum capacity of 5kg hydrogen. The power generated by fuel cell directly drives the wheel motor with 113kw power and 335n · m peak torque. The horsepower performance is similar to that of a 2.0L self-priming fuel vehicle. < p > < p > in fact, hydrogen vehicles are more like new energy vehicles than electric vehicles. At that time, if the industrial problems of hydrogen energy preparation, storage and filling are solved. Maybe one day, hydrogen vehicles can replace electric ones. Global Tech