Toyota prepared a special concept of its fuel cell car Toyota Mirai to actively take part in the events, following the 30th anniversary of the famous movie trilogy Back to the future.


According to Toyota, the exclusive Back to the Future-inspired Mirai as seen at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, seems to be ready to enter the fourth dimension. In California-based car design studio MV Designz they helped re-imagine Doc Brown's time machine for the modern adventurers, including the legendary gullwing doors and a heads-up display of the time-traveling destination.

Toyota's fuel cell 'time machine' draws inspiration from the original Delorean in the Back to the Future films, while on the other hand it brings a myriad of modern-day specialities and modifications. The four-door coupe Mirai was converted to a two-door coupe with the gullwing doors, opening upwards. The exterior of the modified Mirai was covered with custom brushed-aluminum paint and additionally decorated with blue LED lighting throughout the vehicle. They placed it on custom air-ride suspension and custom 19-inch "Infinity" LED wheels and tires.

Details pointing back to the movie trilogy can also be found in the interior of the car – instead of conventional head unit this Mirai comes with an integrated tablet. When traveling through time, the driver is assisted by a familiar heads-up destination clock display with the indispensable flux capacitor housed in a custom center console.

Nov. 10, 2015 Driving photo: Toyota

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