Volkswagen vehicles are widely known for offering great style, impressive performance, and cutting-edge technology. Now, you also have the opportunity to discover a selection of models that embrace the best in electric and hybrid performance.
Driving a hybrid vehicle is not dissimilar to a regular petrol or diesel-powered model, but getting used to an all-electric car may take some time. This is mainly due to the fact that there is no clutch or transmission required.
The initial purchase price may seem steep but, with on-going running costs and government grants to help with your purchase, the overall cost of ownership works out better.
More than 14,000 locations offering over 35,000 charging points can be found across the UK, with more and more being added all the time.
Regenerative braking is a process during which energy normally lost during braking is converted into an electrical charge for your battery.
Most batteries are designed to last at least 100,000 miles with many able to cover 150,000 before they need changing.
No. Electric and hybrid vehicles follow a normal servicing schedule that will be detailed in your handbook.
Not at all. If anything, they can be more powerful than their combustion engine counterparts, with instant torque delivery from standstill.
Yes. In fact, not only can you benefit from a grant to support your vehicle purchase, but you can also receive funding for installation of a charging solution at home.