Hydrogen-Fueled Toyota Mirai Debuts at L.A. Auto Show

The L.A. Auto Show gives automakers a chance to display their most forward-thinking, futuristic models for the entire industry to take note.

We saw a wide swath of dazzling new models, but the Toyota Mirai simply stole the show on Hollywood Boulevard.

As Cars.com details below, the Toyota Mirai is a hydrogen-fuel cell electric vehicle that's set to touch down in 2016. Simply put, the Mirai is unlike any other model on the road today. And, you'll see that to be the case when you watch the following clip:

Sure, the Mirai is stylish, but the devil is in the details as they say. The Mirai takes five minutes to fill up on hydrogen while providing a driving range of 300 miles. And, Toyota will actually cover the first three years of hydrogen fuel as just one of many perks.

We can't wait for it to arrive at Toyota of Scranton in Scranton, PA but encourage drivers to visit our showroom to see all we have in store.

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