All of the units are assembled at Toyota’s Motomachi Plant, formerly the facility where the Lexus LFA supercar came to life. The line is divided into three main sections: trim, chassis/fuel cell assembly and final assembly—with sub-assembly areas for parts installation. Each work area is staffed by highly skilled craftspeople who manage every step in the assembly process as if the Mirai were a custom-built vehicle.
This attention to detail extends to the final inspection and quality control. Toyota specialists use both visual and tactile inspection to ensure each vehicle is defect-free before it leaves the factory.
To see for yourself, search for these video clips on the Toyota Newsroom at toyotanewsroom.com:
- Making the Mirai: Plant Interior and Parts Selection
- Making the Mirai: Vehicle Trim
- Making the Mirai: Chassis and Fuel Cell System Assembly
- Making the Mirai: Final Assembly
- Making the Mirai: Quality Control and Inspection