Category Archives: Toyota Mirai

Three 2020 RAV4 hyrbids lined up outside of modernist house

Which 2020 Toyota models are hybrids?

The Full Toyota Hybrid List

Hybrid technology has evolved considerably over the years, making hybrid vehicles better for the environment and better for your wallet. The benefits are incredibly drastic for anyone who does a decent amount of city driving. For those that live in urban areas, hybrids should be at the top of your list when looking to get a new vehicle. With hybrid gas mileage almost doubling that of normal combustion engines, it’s a no-brainer.

So then, hybrids are great. But which 2020 Toyota models are hybrids? Read the rest of this entry >>

2021 Toyota Mirai Exterior Passenger Side Front Profile

What’s new in the 2021 Toyota Mirai Sedan Concept?

At this point in time, the timeline is unclear for when fuel cell vehicles will begin spreading to other parts of the country beyond California. However, Toyota redesigning its fuel cell vehicle and introducing the 2021 Toyota Mirai Sedan concept is good news. It means that FCEV technology isn’t going anywhere, and the company is still dedicated to advancing the vehicles and technology for the future, so we’ve got our fingers crossed that it won’t take too much longer for hydrogen refueling stations to begin spreading out beyond California. With that in mind, we thought we’d at least highlight what’s new in the 2021 Mirai Sedan concept. Read the rest of this entry >>

Toyota Mirai at Hydrogen Refueling Station Built in Oahu HI

Hydrogen Refueling Station Built in Oahu HI

While it might not seem like big news for us up here in the continental Midwest, we’re pretty excited about the news that Servco Pacific Inc. finished construction and officially opened the island of Oahu’s first hydrogen refueling station open to the public. Oahu is one of the Hawaiian islands so it might sound strange that we’re excited about this refueling station being built down there. But we’re excited because it means that this important alternative fuel source is beginning to spread out beyond the confines of California, which means we’re growing nearer to it becoming an option here in Illinois. Read the rest of this entry >>