Toyota Motor Corp. unveiled on Thursday the second generation of its hydrogen fuel-cell Mirai sedan, ready for the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show that is set to kick off from Oct. 24.

Yoshikazu Tanaka, chief engineer for the Mirai, said the concept model is in the final stage of development prior to its global launch at the end of 2020.

The new, sporty five-passenger vehicle will seat one more than the current model, and will feature updated fuel cell technology and increased hydrogen storage capacity that offers up to 30 percent greater range, Japan's biggest automaker said in a statement. The current Mirai model can be recharged in three minutes at a hydrogen station and can travel about 650 kilometers on one charge, according to Toyota.