While VIX ETFs and ETNs include a wide range of products with different strategies and exposures, some with high liquidity and actively traded options,
there are no such products on European volatility.
EVIX and EXIV
Two VSTOXX ETNs had been launched on 2 May 2017 by VelocityShares, issued by UBS (VelocityShares also managed the VIIX, XIV, TVIX, and a number of other VIX ETNs in the US markets; those had issued by Credit Suisse and are now delisted).
EVIX = VelocityShares 1X Long VSTOXX Futures ETN
EXIV = VelocityShares 1X Daily Inverse VSTOXX Futures ETN
These ETNs provided 1x long and 1x short exposure to short term VSTOXX futures, in a similar way as the VIIX and XIV provide long and short exposure to the VIX index futures.
However, EVIX and EXIV were delisted on 24 March 2020.
VSTOXX is the most popular volatility index in Europe, like the VIX is in the US markets. It measures 30-day implied volatility of options on the Euro Stoxx 50 index, which includes blue chip stocks from Eurozone countries. Like the VIX, VSTOXX has fairly liquid futures market, which is a necessary precondition for futures-based ETNs to exist.