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2023 Toyota Mirai Adds Toyota Multimedia Audio Suite

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Though the Mirai carries over largely unchanged from the 2022 model year, Toyota is making a minor update for 2023, with the hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle now coming equipped with the Toyota Multimedia Audio Suite.

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The Toyota Multimedia Audio Suite has been slowly making its way into other Toyota models, and the 2023 Mirai is the latest to receive it. Users can interact with the system through the 12.3-inch touchscreen and voice commands, and the optional Connected Service Drive Connect app gives access to cloud navigation, destination assist and intelligent assistant, which allows drivers to wake up the system by saying “Hey Toyota” to find points of interest and control the climate and audio systems.

Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability is standard, and an available 4G Wi-Fi hot spot that can connect up to five mobile devices at once is bundled with HD radio, USB data and a three-month subscription to SiriusXM Platinum. Standard safety features include forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert with steering assist, lane-centering steering assist, adaptive cruise control and road sign assist.

Performance is carried over, with both 2023 Mirai variants being powered by a 134-kilowatt electric motor paired with a 1.24-kilowatt-hour battery pack and three hydrogen tanks. Toyota claims the base XLE trim offers a 402-mile range. Rear-wheel drive is standard.

Pricing and Release Date

The 2023 Toyota Mirai is available now in California only due to the state’s hydrogen fueling network. Full pricing (including the $1,025 destination fee) is below.

  • XLE: $50,525
  • Limited: $67,025

Toyota is also adding $15,000 of complimentary hydrogen and an extended ToyotaCare maintenance plan that’s good for three years or 35,000 miles.

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