While talking about the new investments, the car company Toyota is moving doggedly into the future FCEV, with regard to fuel cell technology. Another important detail about the car company is that it does not seem to be caring whether or no fuel cars carry the status of being the way forward or not. The majority of the people cannot help but come forward and admire the commitment on the part of the company, even though the mounting evidence is in the face of the people as per the report published by the University of Cambridge, as the report stated that BEVs tends to offer such a return on investment which is better concerning the long run. At the same time, the largest carmaker in the company Japan is undergoing the funneling of revenue as much as 12 billion yen, and this was as per the news in the Japan Times. The amount of the respective resources which are being channeled by the company Toyota for the development of the FCEV tends to come on the heels of the Mirai which belongs to the second generation, this vehicle carries the status of being the newest FCEV passenger vehicle. The people have immediately become the fans of the latest FCEV passenger vehicle Mirai, and this further resulted in it being released as the reimagined car with zero emissions which contrasted with Mirais’s first-generation, modern design. One thing which has come to the notice of the majority of the people is that the two cars do not resemble each other at all in any way, and therefore people have said that these cars prove to be one of the greatest examples in the market for a recent redesign which also has proved to be a great low up.
One thing which has been proven by the second generation of Mirai is that there is no hard and fast rule for the EVs to be looking in a certain way, which is not boring, bulbous, or even bland in any way. While talking about the underneath situation of both the cars, one thing of utmost notice is that there has not been much change in the underneath of the cars apart from just the increased range of the car of the second generation. And this car carries the capacity of raveling roughly through a good 30 percent further, and this is all thanks to the third hydrogen tank present in the cars.