Union Minister Nitin Gadkari rolls into parliament with a green hydrogen-powered: Toyota Mirai

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari rolls into parliament with a green hydrogen-powered with Toyota Mirai.

Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari rolls in parliament with a fully hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai, Mirai is part of a pilot study in Delhi.

Toyota Mirai.
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On Wednesday, in New Delhi, Union minister Nitin Gadkari arrives at the parliament with “India’s future hydrogen-powered car”, Toyota Mirai which is currently being tested as part of a pilot project to push for cleaner.

The Mirai cars from Toyota motors run on hydrogen and Mirai come with a new suite of driver-assistance technology featuring advanced drive and advanced park.

Mirai Toyota was launched in India on 16 march by Nitin Gadkari, It will become the first fuel cell electric vehicle, He revealed to become more “Atmanirbhar ‘, we’ve introduced green hydrogen which is generated from water. This car is a pilot project. Now, manufacturing of green hydrogen will begin in-country, imports will be curbed & new employment opportunities will be created.”

Toyota Mirai is the first hydrogen car, there are three types of hydrogen, It is green hydrogen.

Why are we called green hydrogen cars? According to Toyota, the mechanism is – hydrogen from the fuel tank and air entering from the intake grille meet in the Fuel Cell Stack. There, a chemical reaction involving the oxygen in the air and hydrogen creates electricity to know more about Mirai.

On 16 March, Nitin Gadkari had launched India’s green hydrogen-powered Toyota car and shared a video on how green hydrogen can power cars and also said that green hydrogen was an “efficient eco-friendly sustainable energy pathway to make India self-reliant.”

In January beginning Minister announced that he would himself use the hydrogen-based car tweet on twitter.

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