2018 Toyota Mirai: The 2018 Toyota Mirai will be one of the most interesting vehicles on display at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show thanks to its fuel-cell energy source. The four-seat Mirai is a fuel-cell vehicle that competes with the new Honda Clarity Fuel Cell. It remains largely unchanged for 2018, with the exception of two additional USB charging ports that allow for multiple device charging.
The Mirai uses a fuel-cell system and an electric motor to make 153 horsepower. The front-wheel drive Mirai uses hydrogen as its fuel source and has an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 67 mpge.
Available features include heated steering wheel, navigation, heated front seats, heated rear seats, and premium audio.
Available safety features include pre-collision system, lane-departure alert, rear-cross traffic alert, rearview camera, blind-spot monitor, radar cruise control, stability control, and eight airbags.
The Mirai is currently only sold only in California, with cities in the Northeast possibly becoming available throughout 2018.
Visit the official Toyota site for more information