The Toyota Mirai, the hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle that uses no gasoline and emits only water vapor, will be available in its “request” phase beginning July 20.
Potential buyers will then be able to request the only electric vehicle with an EPA estimated driving range of more than 300 miles.
The EPA has given the Mirai a range rating of 312 miles and an EPA estimated 67 mpge in combined city and highway driving.
The, $57,5000 sedan will be available only at eight California dealerships.
Only California residents can buy the car. It will include an 8-year/100,000-mile warranty on “key fuel cell vehicle components” and three years — or $15,000, whichever comes first — of fuel.
Toyota reported the Mirai won’t debut until late 2016. It will be available for a $5,000 rebate in California.
All requests can be made by visiting: www.toyota.com/mirai.