The Toyota Mirai fuel cell vehicle sales in Europe will be oriented towards the countries with the most advanced hydrogen infrastructure.

Toyota Mirai will be - at least in initial stages - mostly available in two countries with the broadest and most developed network of hydrogen refuel stations. Up to 90% of Mirai vehicles from the contingent of 50 cars, entering Europe this year, as well as estimated 100 cars next year, will go to German and UK markets, where the most refuel stations can be found.

In Germany it is expected to have 50 fully operational refuel stations built by the end of this year, with their number rising to over 400 by 2023. In Great Britain there should be 15 of them ready to use by the end of 2015 and 65 by 2020. The third most important market for Toyota Mirai will be Denmark, where 7 refuel stations are already in place, expecting to have 12 in total by the end of this year.

Let us also mention that one hydrogen refuel station will also operate in Belgium, located in the close proximity of Toyota's technical center.

Nov. 5, 2015 Driving photo: Toyota

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