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2022 Toyota Mirai to Feature Hands-Free Teammate Highway Assist

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Toyota's hydrogen-powered Mirai will be the first to receive the automaker's latest generation Toyota Teammate driver assist technology when the 2022 model arrives this year. 

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The new subscription-based tech will also allow hands-free highway cruising similar to GM's Super Cruise under certain conditions. 

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The Toyota Teammate technology suite has been in development since at least 2017 when it was first announced with the Lexus LS Plus concept at the Tokyo Motor Show 

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There are two parts to the Toyota Teammate tech: Advanced Park and Advanced Drive.  

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Advanced Park, which will be standard on the top-spec Limited trim, is an evolution of the hands-free parking assist that we've seen for years on a variety of luxury and premium vehicles 

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Advanced Park uses 360-degree sensors to detect an open space or obstructions and, with the touch of a button, can steer, accelerate, brake  

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