Akio Toyoda introduces Toyota’s “Mirai” Fuel Cell Sedan

Akio Toyoda introduces Toyota’s “Mirai” Fuel Cell Sedan

Akio Toyoda has seen the future, and it’s called “Mirai”. That’s the name of Toyota’s new fuel cell vehicle, which the company’s president announced in a video released the day…

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Ami Iida says:

#Fuelcellvehicles
the article
http://mainichi.jp/english/english/newsselect/news/20141117p2g00m0bu040000c.html
Akio Toyoda introduces Toyota’s “Mirai” Fuel Cell Sedan

Roen Spacy says:

Listen up TOYOTA and listen well. NO ONE IS GONNA BUY INDUSTRIAL GRADE
VACUUM CLEANERS BOLTED TO THE FRONT OF A CAR. YEAH. BECAUSE THATS WHAT YOUR
UGLY ASS CAR LOOKS LIKE. YOU STUPID FUCKS. TECHNOLOGY WITHOUT GOOD DESIGN
IS DEAD TECHNOLOGY.

Now go redesign and fire the old designer.

Qpwoeiruty Alskdj says:

ДА!!!!!!! Я ЖДАЛ ЭТОГО ДНЯ с 5 класса школы, тогда мы с другом спорили
какой будет автомобиль будущего и рисовали эскизы :))))))))))

Michael Gonzalez says:

Heres a another big F*you middle east,oil companies,Opec ,were not gonna
need your oil or your buissness.Akio Toyoda introduces Toyota’s “Mirai”
Fuel Cell…: http://youtu.be/GUjYIaUGmqU

Gillette Zenner says:

I thought Fiskar and Tesla showed what I think everyone thought was obvious
before – you don’t have to make alt fuel cars ugly on fucking purpose.
It’s like they want them to fail. I can think of literally no reason
these power trains should physically dictate the body work.

Basic_Psychology says:

Fuck this!!!! They already built electric cars good for 300 miles per
charge. They already built battery free cars than run on magnetic
technology. AND they already built a hydrogen cars that only require water,
that automatically separates the oxygen!!!! FUCK TOYOTA FOR STEALING THIS
TECHNOLOGY AND PREVENTING CITIZENS FROM NOT NEEDING A GOD DAMN FUEL COMPANY
TO GET BY!!! FUCKING FINANCIAL TERRORISTS!!!!!

Leonaristo says:

At 2:01, see the word “SHELL” above the word “Hydrogen” on the filling
stand. Hope this is a “hint” showing the current fuel company can and will
participate to install hydrogen filling stations or simply incorporating to
their current fuel stations in the near future. Then, we can have some
really convenient to use and affordable hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles to buy
and use. Hope this dream comes true. Keep-up your hard work Toyota!

FrankValchiria says:

now , i’m in love with everything you are saying and the products for what
it can do but was it so hard to make it gorgeous looking instead of doing
that hideous thing! Toyota you’ve got the means , give us a freaking
wipeout kind of vehicle, please? 

mratliffjr0001 says:

I am glad they are embracing Hydrogen power. This is a huge step forward,
and in the long run will be much better than cars powered by lithium ion
batteries, biodiesel, and other alternative fuels. As technology improves,
Hydrogen refueling will get quicker, the cars will become more and more
efficient (as did gasoline and diesel powered cars over the years), and
fuel and maintenance costs will come down. Lithium Ion batteries are heavy,
inefficient, have short life spans, and are very harmful to the environment
when they’re being produced. I feel that Hydrogen is a great alternative to
fossil fuels. Now, Toyota just needs to make a fuel cell car that LOOKS
GOOD.

Ami Iida says:

#Fuelcellvehicles
the article
http://mainichi.jp/english/english/newsselect/news/20141117p2g00m0bu040000c.html
Akio Toyoda introduces Toyota’s “Mirai” Fuel Cell Sedan

ShopTalk says:

They are making the same mistake that Chevy did with the Volt. They made it
fucking ugly. If the volt had looked like its concept car, they would have
sold millions.

Techno sailor says:

Am i the only one who thinks this car looks cool? Plus if a car is saving
you hundreds of dollars who fricking cares what it looks like.

Jeston Aylen says:

Alright. listen up you uneducated chumps:

There is no, and will never be, an “water” powered anything. Not unless we
are talking about a water mill.
Water is the product of “spent” hydrogen. It’s the “exhaust” so to speak.

Water is what happens when Hydrogen violently bonds with oxygen – this
transfer of energy is what powers this Toyota.
Water itself has little energy properties; this law is called the
conservation of energy.
This law of physics is so simple and elementary that you guys are making
yourselves appear completely bonkers to suggest otherwise.

Thanks.
With love,
everyone else without a tinfoil hat.

EnriqueIglesiasBG says:

So how do you refill this when there are no hydrogen stations anywhere?

Elijah Shabazz says:

Yea a little late huh. You can use water and convert the water in the
combustion chamber. Stanley Meyers invented the water fuel cell then a few
years later invented the water spitter to replace the spark plugs and fuel
injection plugs. Back in the 80’s they was talking about this and was able
to recycle the water vapor that came out the exhaust and go over 300 miles
to the gallon. So this is nothing new at all. Just what the powers around
dont want you to know or experience.

tetsugal says:

The hydrogen technology will be ready when Akio Toyoda has the balls to
call one of his cars Toyota Hindenburg.

duskomeic82 says:

This is when water will be treated like oil ! I live in Los Angeles
California and we are in a drought. We would have no water ti drink. Water
will begin to be controlled by corporate giants and made available only for
a price. God help us all. 

jelloslug says:

Great! Now were do I get hydrogen from and how much does it cost?

Владимир Гасак says:

Россияне ваша нефть больше никому не нужна.

Toyota начала серийное производство первого в мире автомобиля с водородным
двигателем. Новый седан «Mirai» работает только на воде и не производит
никаких вредных выхлопов. По словам конструкторов, одной заправки хватит на
650 км пути

cdiddca says:

The car is not ugly. The car is designed to be beautiful to Japanese taste,
not western/american. The fact that you are so preoccupied with the design,
which is by the way gets completely outdated every 3-5 years for every car,
and not with powertrain/drivetrain, emphasizes how superficial you are. You
are metrosexuals, who feel the need to follow the latest conformist
stereotype of what is fashionable.

Philou Le Oak says:

La Toyota FCV propulsée à l’hydrogène sortira en 2016 aux Etats-Unis et a
désormais un nom : Mirai (futur en japonais). Il faudra débourser $69.000
pour en profiter.

#environnement #voiture 

GriifasPlay says:

What? Insolent Japanesse. We proud americans should bring some democracy
over there. No oil, no world. This cant be.

Anjul Jain says:

What if accident occurs, whole nearby area will be fucked up due to
hydrogen bomb. How can this be legal car, its rather dangerous on roads.

Jensen Lars says:

Toyota ist bereits in der “Mirai” angekommen, wo bleiben die Hersteller,
welche vor 14 Jahren über den Hybrid gespottet haben?

Chanachok Srangeaim says:

Are you ready to drive??

DOS40sxCOUPE says:

Thats a big ass car or just a really small person at the end

Simon Zerai says:

Akio Toyoda introduces Toyota’s “Mirai” Fuel Cell…:
http://youtu.be/GUjYIaUGmqU

coldude09 says:

Looks promising, but why is it that all these “green” cars look so bad?

Ariful Karim says:

They could have made it a little bit more attractive 

Вадим Бондаренко says:

россия больше не нужна

chaosknight360 says:

I think it looks pretty badass actually :)

Ravias20 says:

I want that car!!

rkgsd says:

George Bush 2’s last wish was for fuel cell vehicles to emerge.

Kelvin Lloyd Aranilla says:

I really loathe this fuel cell stuff. That could work better with aircraft
where weight is greater factor and byproduct heat is not wasted. I want my
car like my phone: no explosions, no maintenance.

Pandoras Box says:

How much would it cost to fill up the hydrogen tank.?

mrjost55 says:

What other fluids does the car need? Does it use oil to lubricate the
engine?

tetsugal says:

I don’t like Fuel Cell cars very much. They are less efficient than pure
electric cars and more importantly, you cannot generate hydrogen at home.
The future is about decentralization, is about to adapt the internet model
to everything and hydrogen won’t be democratic enough for a long time.
Nowadays 95% of hydrogen comes from fossil fuel sources, so it continues to
give the big corporations the upper hand.

Pingali Sivasehubabu says:

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