Toyota stunned the automotive world when it revealed its next-generation Mirai hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered sedan. Especially compared with the styling-challenged 2015–20 model (and its equally ungainly chief rival, the fuel-cell version of the Honda Clarity), the 2021 Mirai is a seriously good-looking car, and it switches from front- to rear-wheel drive. The automaker also hopes to expand…

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