Toyota has released a handful of videos which provide new information about the 2016 Mirai FCV.

Toyota has released a handful of videos which provide new information about the 2016 Mirai FCV.

While some of the clips are a little preachy, they give of a glimpse of the car's hydrogen fuel cell system which takesoxygen from the air and combines it with hydrogen to create electricity. This is then used to power the car's electric motor.

Toyota has been coy on technical specifications but the videos confirm the model will be able to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 9 seconds and 30-50 mph in 3.6 seconds. One clip also reveals the fuel cell generates 155 PS (114 kW) and says the model can be started in temperatures as low as -22° C (-7.6° F).

The videos go on to say the Mirai can travel up to 300 miles (483 km) on a single fill up. Interestingly, Toyota appears to have lowered the estimated refueling time from five minutes to approximately three minutes.

Besides talking about performance specifications, the videos highlight the high-tech interior which has a capacitive touch climate control system and two 4.2-inch displays. The eco-friendly model also has acoustic glass and a cargo capacity of 361 liters (12.7 cubic feet).

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2016 Toyota Mirai FCV gets detailed, performance specs released [videos]