Seems to be taking off with a typically efficient German roll-out of hydrogen filling stations planned for the country. http://h2-mobility.de/en/h2-stations/ It seems Hyundai is poised to take advantage of it anyway with their hydrogen Nexo which seems to be stuffed with all sorts of whizz-bang electronic gimmickry. That said, it is supposed to cost less than the Mirai. http://europe.autonews.com/article/20180304/ANE/180309782/hyundai-sees-germany-as-key-market-for-nexo-fuel-cell-car As the plan seems to be to get 400 hydrogen stations up and running by 2023, difficulty in filling up with hydrogen won't be much of an obstacle. There are relatively few FCEVs there at the moment, but it will be interesting to see how popular they become. We won't have long to wait.