The 2021 Toyota Mirai signals a bold departure for the model’s design. The frumpy fuel-efficient look is gone, replaced by a sleek, svelte sedan that hides the model’s alt-fuel powertrain. The current Mirai isn’t a star of the aftermarket scene, though Toyota’s Modellista division is offering the sedan with a few subtle styling upgrades and garnishes when it does arrive.
There’s nothing outrageous about Modellista’s Mirai upgrades. The division often offers various upgradable individual trim pieces, and this Toyota is no different.
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