Toyota Mirai 2023 upgraded in technology
Toyota Mirai 2023, a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, has received some technology upgrades such as hands-free driving and autonomous driving.
Toyota has made some minor tweaks to the interior of the 2023 Mirai model, overlooking the exterior as the vehicle has only been on the market for less than two years.
Instead, the Japanese automaker has focused on making the car more user-friendly by adding a new infotainment system with convenient and optional connectivity features, as well as an advanced driver assistance system available for the top-of-the-line Limited edition.
The Limited edition can be equipped with the latest driver assistance technology, called Toyota Teammate. Toyota calls it a suite of features, but Teammate is essentially two functions combined: Advanced Drive and Advanced Park, using cameras, radar, and LiDAR to set up the assistance or new update system.
Advanced Drive is a new level 3 autonomous driving feature for highways. Once the driver sets the speed, the vehicle can accelerate, brake, and steer on its own. The driver can also drive hands-free under certain conditions, but the vehicle’s driver monitoring system will ensure that the driver is always paying attention to the road.
In the Advanced Park feature, the vehicle will park automatically without any human intervention. The system can steer, accelerate, brake, and even shift gears. It has been optimized for both parallel and perpendicular parking, including reverse parking.
The 8-inch digital instrument cluster and 12.3-inch center touchscreen display remain the same, but upgrades have been made to the Toyota Audio Multimedia system, developed by Toyota’s Connected Technologies team based in Texas.
The new system is standard with network updates, advanced connectivity, and convenient features. Standard features include Bluetooth connectivity for two devices, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, emergency assistance, automatic collision notification, and a Wi-Fi hotspot that can connect up to five devices.
The XLE base model is sold at $49,500, while the Limited edition is priced at $66,000. The Toyota Teammate option package for the Limited edition costs an additional $5,170.
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