Hyundai First, Toyota Second in Europe

There were 116 Fuel Cell passenger cars registered this year in Europe, exactly the same number of units sold in 2015 in the same period, with Germany (109 units) and Denmark (70)  having the largest fleet of hydrogen-driven cars, from a total of 382 units across the Continent.

Europe’s favorite Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV), the Hyundai ix35 FCEV, continues to lead the ranking, with 63 units (7 in October), but it was the other model in the ranking, the Toyota Mirai, to win the October Best Selling trophy, with 9 units, closing the gap to the Korean to just 10 units (63 vs 53).

Considering the Mirai also had won in September, by 6 to 4, it seems the Toyota is gaining ground on the Hyundai FCEV.