Whether you’re in need of a compact hatchback or a large people carrier, there’s a vehicle in the Vauxhall electric range to suit you.
Offering dynamic styling, high levels of equipment, and exceptional versatility, they provide a premium driving experience and cleaner performance.
Everything you wanted to know about hybrid, fully electric, and fuel cell vehicles
28,766 (As of December 2019)
East Midlands: 1,682 (5.9%)
East of England: 1,777 (5.9%)
Greater London: 7,461 (26%)
North East: 1,067 (3.7%)
North West: 2,168 (7.5%)
Scotland: 3,762 (13.1%)
South East: 3,874 (13.5%)
South West: 2,276 (7.9%)
Wales: 939 (3.3%)
West Midlands: 1,654 (5.8%)
Yorkshire: 1,469 (5.1%)
Others: 637 (2%)
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Below, we answer some of the most common questions about electric and hybrid vehicles. If you’d like to learn more, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
A hybrid car is a vehicle that pairs a combustion engine with a battery pack and electric motor. Both provide power to a greater or lesser extent.
Your electric vehicle can be charged at home or at one of the many public charging points across the country.
Electric vehicles use a battery pack and one or two electric motors to propel them, instead of a combustion engine.
Hybrid batteries come with an extensive warranty – usually 8-12 years, so rarely need replacing during the vehicle’s lifetime.
Like with petrol and diesel cars, the efficiency of your electric car depends on several factors including the external temperature and your driving style.