The name of the car says it all – Mirai stands for future in Japanese, and it’s aimed at solving the issue of pollution. Instead of using conventional methods, the car runs on fuel cells. The fuel cell stacks use hydrogen, and when combined with the oxygen coming from the air, it’s able to produce electricity to run the Mirai, leaving behind water. The sedan also looks gorgeous, and features advanced safety features such as a pre-collision system, eight airbags, and a lane-departure alert when the car veers out of its lane, thanks to the camera.
The Toyota Mirai has already started selling in some parts of the world, though it seems a distant dream to see it running on the Indian roads.
Renault is expected to use the tech advancements in Eolab in its cars by 2020.
The BMW i8 was released in its home market in 2014, and subsequently went on sale in many markets, including India last year.
The XUV Aero is currently a concept, but might go into mass production carrying an approximate price tag of Rs 20 lakhs.
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