Toyota Mirais in the UK have recalled up to 28 vehicles to dealers as the company’s first hydrogen fuel vehicle gets its first global recall.
Toyota Mirai. Immage courtesy of MotorTrend.

Toyota has said it will recall all 2,800 of its hydrogen fuel vehicle Mirai autos, manufactured between November 2014 and December 2016, after it discovered potential issues with the output voltage generated in the fuel cell system.
The recalled hydrogen fuel vehicle is expected to undergo a software update to the fuel cell which is expected to take about half an hour.
With only 13 hydrogen fuelling stations in the UK, some absolutely held for research purposes and not for business utilize, hydrogen auto take-up has been moderate. Toyota UK said only 28 Mirais are enlisted in this nation, yet couldn’t affirm if all 28 are incorporated into the recall, as some may as of now have had the product change done preceding enrollment this year.
Since presenting the £66,000 hydrogen auto, Toyota has sold around 2,800 in Japan, the US, Europe and the Middle East.
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