Hybrid & Electric Company Cars

Switching your fleet to ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) can pose some questions. Whether you’re considering battery electric vehicles (BEVs) or plug-in hybrids (PHEVs), we’ve put together a guide to vehicle range, charging abilities, and compliance for fleet policy and budgets. Read on to discover more.


With our first plug-in hybrid (PHEV) in the SUPERB iV there has never been a better time to add ŠKODA to your fleet. Alternatively, discover the All-New OCTAVIA iV and ENYAQ iV available to order soon.








Lower maintenance

Electric vehicles have fewer parts meaning they are easier and cheaper to service.

Impact on environment

We use Lithium-ion batteries that are almost 100% recyclable. Both electric and hybrid vehicles also emit far less CO2 than their petrol equivalents.

Cheaper to run

At just 2 to 3p per mile, electricity is two thirds cheaper than petrol and diesel. Plus Electric vehicles costing less than £40,000 are exempt from Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), also known as the road tax

Lower taxes

Benefit in Kind (BIK) rates on BEV and PHEV models are really low, meaning employee much pay less in Company Car Tax and the company make a significant saving on their Class 1a National Insurance contributions.

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For businesses

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For company car drivers

Company car drivers enjoy a significant reductions on their Benefit in Kind (BiK) rates. For example, for 2020/21 the SUPERB iV PHEV’s BiK rate will be 10%. There are also plenty of local benefits including free parking, free use of bus lanes and exemption from London’s Congestion Charge. National Insurance Contribution (Class 1a) for BEVs are also 0% for 2020/21, and just 1% for 2021/22.

Company car drivers

If your company car is classed as "Benefit in kind" (BIK), you are liable for company car tax. Calculate BIK tax rates and work out the amount of tax payable on any SKODA model using our company car tax calculator.


On top of the OLEV grant, there are plenty of other local and national incentives to make switching to electric cheaper.

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The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS)

EVHS provides a £350 grant towards the cost of installing a smart charge point at home and an additional £300 support in Scotland.

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The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS)

WCS gives eligible applicants a grant designed to make installing workplace charge-points cheaper.

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London Congestion Charge

EVs and PHEVs that emit 75g/km CO2 or less or have a minimum zero-emission range of 20 miles are completely exempt from the Congestion Charge (£11.50 per day) and the new T-Charge (£10 per day).

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Local council incentives

Local councils offer electric vehicle drivers perks such as free parking at facilities, free charge points, access to bus lanes and residents’ parking permits at reduced costs.

For more information on the incentives available, please visit:

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Get in touch

If you have additional questions relating to running electric and hybrid cars in your business, please get in touch with one our team who will be more than happy to help.

Please note

*figure based on 62kWh battery and all data are preliminary

Images shown on this page are for illustration purposes only, may vary from UK specification and are not reflective of the stated From Price. Some equipment shown is optional.