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Toyota Mirai wins the race for longest hydrogen fuel cell powered ride


The 2021 Toyota Mirai has officially set the Guinness World Records title for the longest distance by a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle without refueling. The Mirai achieved an unprecedented 1360 km (845 miles) driven on a single, five-minute complete fill of hydrogen during a roundtrip tour of Southern California as it set the record.  The mileage total of the record winning Toyota Mirai as recorded by GPS With its only emission water, the journey sets a new distance milestone for zero-emission vehicles. By the end of the trip, the Toyota Mirai consumed 5.65kg of hydrogen. It passed a total…

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