Sources cited by Bloomberg are saying the 2015 Toyota fuel cell vehicle (FCV) will be commercialized with the "Mirai" nameplate.

Sources cited by Bloomberg are saying the 2015 Toyota fuel cell vehicle (FCV) will be commercialized with the "Mirai" nameplate.

At the end of last month Toyota exhibited the FCV with a production body in Colorado at the Aspen Ideas Festival and apparently the car will be called "Mirai" (Japanese for "future"). Initially, the model will go on sale at home in Japan before April 2015 at a starting price of approximately 7M yen (about 68,500 USD).

The Toyota Mirai promises to provide a maximum range of up to 300 miles (482 km) and will need around ten second for the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint while refilling the hydrogen tank will take a mere three minutes.

Following its introducing in Japan, the Toyota Mirai is scheduled to go on sale in United States and Europe by summer 2015.

2015 Toyota FCV to wear 'Mirai' moniker - report