POPE Francis has been given a new set of hydrogen-powered wheels.
His Holiness’s new environmentally-friendly motor includes a viewing platform with a safety cage so he can greet crowds.
But this is a Popemobile like no other, as the Toyota Mirai will give off no tailpipe emissions.
The car, one of two commissioned by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Japan as a gift to the supreme pontiff, is run by turning hydrogen into water.
It measures 5.1 meters in length and 2.7 meters in height and is capable of returning up to 310 miles of range per tank of hydrogen.
Pope Francis’s previous Popemobiles include a Lamborghini Huracan and a Dacia Duster.
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