Full of hydrogen, Toyota Mirai added 845 miles to the odometer during the full tank, enough to set a Guinness World Record.
The record-breaking 2021 Mirai completed a two-day trip in late August, with both feet starting and ending at Toyota.
Facility in Gardena, California. According to Toyota, the car “coasted” to the technical center two days after recording 845 miles.
This is more than double the official scope rating of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Wayne Gerdes and Bob Winger were the pair of Hyper Mylars who steered and set some Guinness World Records for ultra-low fuel consumption. Gerdes and Winger drove the car gently and primarily in heavy and slow conditions, where electric motors could take over as often as possible to reduce compressed hydrogen consumption. Still, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles like Mirai produce water vapor only from the tailpipe, not carbon dioxide.
The Mirai, available only to American consumers in California, is one of the few vehicles equipped with a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain. No other state has an equivalent network of hydrogen fuel stations.
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This hydrogen-powered car set a record of 845 miles while it was full.
http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story.asp?guid=%7B20C05575-04D4-B545-76CB-A98A4168DEDD%7D&siteid=rss&rss=1 This hydrogen-powered car set a record of 845 miles while it was full.