Toyota’s Hydrogen Car Mirai Created a Guinness World Record

Japan’s leading automaker Toyota has done a tremendous feat with its fuel cell electric vehicle Mirai. Hydrogen-powered 2021 Toyota Mirai sets Guinness World Record for longest distance traveled by a fuel cell vehicle without refueling.

Toyota Mirai sets Guinness World Record: Battery electric vehicles are constantly in the headlines in the automotive industry at this time. However, Japan’s leading automaker Toyotahas done a tremendous feat with its fuel cell electric vehicle Mirai  The hydrogen-powered 2021 Toyota Mirai has set a Guinness World Record for the longest distance traveled by a fuel cell vehicle without refueling.

Toyota’s hydrogen-powered Mirai covered 1360 km on a single, five-minute full filling during a roundtrip tour of Southern California. It took two days to complete this record. The record-making effort was closely monitored by Guinness World Records. After full tank refueling in 5 minutes, Mirai’s tank was sealed and confirmed by the officer both at the start and end of the journey. The 2021 Toyota Mirai was driven by professional driver Wayne Gerdes and co-driver Bob Winger to set the record.