The Office for Low Emission Vehicles has confirmed that Toyota's Mirai hydrogen car is eligible for the Government's £5000 Plug-in Car Grant.
The Government department announced the addition to its range in a tweet earlier today.
The grant provides up to 35% off the cost of a car, to a maximum of £5000, while the Plug-In Van Grant covers 20% of the cost of a new van, up to a maximum of £8000.
Which vehicles qualify for the plug-in car grant?
To qualify for the Government grant, cars must have a CO2 output of less than 75g/km and a minimum pure-electric range of 10 miles. The Mirai - which uses a hydrogen fuel cell to create power to drive an electric motor - has a claimed range of 300 miles and emits nothing other than water.
It can also be filled up with hydrogen in three minutes.