.Watch the future become reality as two Back to the Future icons see trash get turned into fuel for a car!
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Renewable energy can usually not be generated upon demand. Rather it is available when the wind blows or the sun shines. The intermediary storage in the shape of hydrogen adds to the stability of the power supply system and, as a result, facilitates a previously unusable energy potential.
This fuel cell vehicle looks ready for the fourth dimension. Toyota will bring its exclusive Back to the Future-inspired Mirai to the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas November 3-6, with added features to impress visitors.
It’s remarkably easy to refill Mirai. Hydrogen refueling is a little different the refueling a gasoline vehicle, but it isn’t complicated. There’s a pump and a nozzle, with a keypad and an info screen. These modern hydrogen stations are a lot like your average gasoline station, with a few innovative perks. An in-car fuel finder app can help you find the nearest station and the hydrogen dispensers actually communicate with the vehicle to help ensure optimal filling. Mirai helps you fuel the future with confidence. Visit http://toyota.com/mirai to learn more.
Extraordinary students come together to compete and challenge convention with their hydrogen powered vehicles during the Horizon Grand Prix. Sponsored by #Mirai and in partnership with Horizon Educational.
With its innovative fuel cell technology, Mirai is clearly pioneering the future of emission-free driving. But for us, it’s also the first step on a more important journey – one that sees hydrogen not just powering our vehicles, but also used as a clean, safe energy source throughout society.