A lady walking page two Passat saloon and estate GTE
A lady walking page two Passat saloon and estate GTE
A lady walking page two Passat saloon and estate GTE

Hybrid cars

Combine the efficiency of electric and the power of a petrol engine with our range of high performance hybrids.

A woman looking at Golf GTE outside a fruit and veg market stall

Golf GTE

It’s everything you would expect from a Golf but with its own unique character, including a honeycomb grille, marine blue accents and, of course, the efficiency of a plug-in hybrid.

Passat GTE parked stationary

Passat GTE

Power. Efficiency. Space. The ever-dependable Passat is now available as a plug-in hybrid for that unmistakeable executive driving experience.

A parked Passat Estate GTE

Passat GTE Estate

The powerful, spacious and efficient plug-in hybrid version of the Passat is now available as an estate, for that unmistakeable executive driving experience.

A woman charging her Arteon at the side of the road

Arteon

The new Arteon eHybrid is a plug-in hybrid with an electric motor and TSI petrol engine. The eHybrid drive is available in the Elegance and R-Line equipment lines, where extensive comfort and design highlights like the innovative 3D-LED tail light cluster with dynamic turn signals, the Digital Cockpit Pro and the Discover Media navigation system comprising streaming & internet are all standard.

A man charging his Arteon Shooting Brake at the side of the road

Arteon Shooting Brake

The new Arteon Shooting Brake comes with the same hybrid power as the Arteon. The exterior is built to make an instant impression with chrome detailing and impressive alloy wheels. The grille has been widened and vents added to not only give the car more presence, but also make it more aerodynamic and fuel efficient. In the back passengers are given plenty of room to stretch their legs, and with a generous boot capacity you get plenty of room for packing.

XL1 Sport

Hybrid concepts

Our hybrid concept cars are created to set new standards and push the boundaries of what is possible through the combined power of electric and petrol engines.

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