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On Sunday May 29, Prince Albert II of #monaco, accompanied by his wife Princess Charlène, completed the lap of honour at the #monaco Grand Prix in the #toyota #mirai, the first #toyota fuel cell car introduced in Europe.Brussels, Belgium
- The #mirai
, which means “Future” in Japanese, is the result of more than 20 years of research by the different teams in #toyota
and offers drivers the car for the next 100 years. #mirai
embodies Toyota’s ambition to move towards a zero emission mobility and to reduce 90% of the average CO2 emission of its vehicles by 2050 (compared to 2010).
The fuel cell #toyota #mirai
offers many advantages when considering daily use and environmental performance:• #mirai
produces no tailpipe emissions other than water
• Like an electric or hybrid car, #mirai
offers a quiet driving experience, without any noise• #mirai
achieves the same level of convenience and autonomy as gasoline engine vehicles,
with a cruising range of 500 km and a hydrogen refuelling time of about three to five minutes
to refuel the 2 hydrogen tanks.
By choosing the #toyota #mirai
for the lap of honour, Prince Albert II of #monaco
reiterates his intention to make the Principality of #monaco
a pioneer in the field of sustainable mobility. The use of hydrogen means a turning point in terms of new mobility solutions and protection of the environment.
Toyota is honoured that Prince Albert II of #monaco
opened this year’s 2016 #monaco
Grand Prix in the #toyota #mirai
, the world’s first fuel cell sedan.