The 2021 Toyota Mirai Is Optioned Like A Luxury Car

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It arrives at dealers next month.

The 2021 Toyota Mirai will hit dealerships in December, ushering in a new era for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Toyota just announced that the new Mirai will come in two trim levels, XLE and Limited, unlike the previous generation that only came in a single trim. US-specific pricing is still unknown but should come soon with the on-sale date fast-approaching. In Europe, Toyota already announced that the Mirai starts at 63,900 euros (around $75,000).

For reference, the outgoing Mirai sold for $58,550 in the US, though most customers ended up leasing the vehicle. While we eagerly await to hear the lease deals, Toyota has provided more details about what comes in each of the two trim levels.

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Every Mirai includes premium tech options, including a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a 14-speaker JBL audio system and Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Amazon Alexa compatibility. Behind the steering wheel, an eight-inch digital gauge cluster displays the speedometer, drive modes, fuel efficiency, and more while a wireless phone charger also comes standard.

The XLE grade comes with niceties such as dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, manual rear seat sunshades, and power-folding mirrors with puddle lights. Stepping up to the Limited grade adds a color head-up display, three-zone climate control, heated and ventilated front and rear seats, and a rear touchscreen that operates the climate controls, rear sunshades, and audio. This trim also gets Intelligent Park Assist and a panoramic moonroof with power sliding shade. The Limited grade includes a 360-degree camera but the XLE trim can get it as an option.

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The XLE rides on 19-inch twin-spoke aluminum wheels while the Limited grade gets 19-inch black machined-finish alloys. A 20-inch super chrome-finish aluminum wheel option is also available for the Limited. In terms of colors, buyers can opt for Oxygen White, Black, Supersonic Red, and Heavy Metal (a Mirai exclusive) while a new shade of Hydro Blue only comes on the Limited grade.

Inside, the XLE gets Black SofTex seats with Gray stitching while the Limited receives a choice of Black or White mixed with Gray stitching and Silver accents or Ivory stitching with Copper accents.

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