Toyota Motor Corp divulged a totally overhauled hydrogen-controlled energy unit vehicle on Friday in its most recent endeavor to resuscitate interest for the specialty innovation that it expectations will move toward becoming standard.

Japan’s greatest automaker has been creating energy component vehicles for over two decades, yet the innovation has been obscured by the quick ascent of opponent battery-fueled electric vehicles advanced by any semblance of Tesla Inc.

In front of the Tokyo Motor Show turning over on Oct. 24, Toyota uncovered a model of the new hydrogen car based on a similar stage as its extravagance Lexus brand’s LS car. The new Mirai model flaunts longer driving reach than its ancestor and totally upgraded power device stack and hydrogen tanks, the organization said.

“We needed to make a vehicle that individuals truly need to purchase, not on the grounds that it’s an eco vehicle,” Yoshikazu Tanaka, boss specialist of the new Mirai, said at the disclosing.

A prototype of Toyota Motor Corp’s second-generation Mirai fuel-cell car is displayed at a media briefing in Tokyo, Japan, October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Naomi Tajitsu

“We needed something that is amusing to drive.”

Its energetic upgrade with longer wheelbase and lower-threw frame is a stamped takeoff from the original Mirai, which resembles a built up Prius mixture.

The new vehicle additionally has a 30% improvement in driving reach over the past emphasis’ around 700 kilometers (435 miles), as indicated by the organization.

Tanaka said the most recent Mirai would cost less to make than its ancestor, as a result of a move to large scale manufacturing. The present model is generally gathered by hand.

Costing buyers around 5 million yen ($46,500) after endowments in Japan, the first Mirai is one of three energy component vehicles accessible to shoppers. Hyundai Motor Co sells the Nexo, while Honda Motor Co Ltd rents out the Clarity.

Toyota has sold less than 10,000 of the Mirai, an energy unit car it touted as a distinct advantage at its dispatch five years prior. On the other hand, Tesla sold 25,000 of battery-fueled Model S cars in its first 18 months.

Toyota declined to uncover a cost for the model and said it would be accessible from late one year from now in Japan, North America and Europe.

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