Volkswagens you know and love, now as plug-in electric hybrids (PHEV)

Electrifying our drives is an important step along the path toward CO2-neutral mobility for everyone. A PHEV enables purely electric driving over some distances thanks to the combination of the electric and petrol engine. For you, this means:

  • Greater performance, driving comfort and more fun when driving off thanks to electric assistance
  • Practical electric ranges for day-to-day use
  • Brake energy recuperation extends electric range between charges

Find the drive that suits you best

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Diverse efficiency: our plug-in hybrids

Discover the diversity of our vast range of PHEV models and enjoy the benefits of electro-mobility on a daily basis, without having to forego the performance of a petrol engine.

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Driving pleasure as standard: the Golf GTE

A powerful PHEV with an impressive short-term 180 kW (245 bhp) system performance for true driving pleasure.

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The new Tiguan eHybrid

Electrifying prospects: whether daily errands or spontaneous long journeys, the new Tiguan eHybrid gets you to your destination in a more relaxed way – and back again too. 

Our hybrid range

Take a closer look at our collection of PHEV cars, configure your own and compare models to see which one is best suited to your needs.

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Golf GTE

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Golf Style eHybrid

A PHEV with an electric motor and TSI petrol engine. That means you can drive with zero emissions in e-mode, or combine the combustion engine and electric motor in hybrid mode for maximum boost system power and efficient driving pleasure.

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The new Passat

Electrified mobility of the future, step inside the new Passat eHybrid. An electric motor and TSI petrol engine work together to offer you an efficient plug-in hybrid.

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New Tiguan eHybrid

The new Tiguan eHybrid delivers a combined system power that is offered on 204PS and 272PS variants.

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Touareg R

The dual drive power of the Touareg R eHybrid creates a uniquely varied driving experience with impressive performance.

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With its plug-in hybrid drive system, this saloon-coupé combines efficiency and elegance in a class of its own: from the puristic design of its flowing silhouette to its exclusive interior.

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Arteon Shooting Brake

Experience the best of both worlds with a Shooting Brake, which intelligently combines practicality and luxurious comfort. 

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eTSI Engine

The Golf 8 is Volkswagen’s first model to feature the e-TSI engine with mild-hybrid technology. e-TSI uses a lithium-ion battery to help power the engine at low speeds and drastically reduce both fuel consumption and emissions. The battery is recharged using energy from braking and coasting.

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Volkswagen Stories: making the switch is much easier than you think

Golf GTE owner, Angel Grant, tells us how her plug-in hybrid effortlessly plugs into her busy life.


Hybrid concepts

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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.

Simply recharge. At home and on the road. 

We Charge

We Charge

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We Charge makes charging your electric Volkswagen easy. At home with your wallbox and on the go at over 200,000 public charge points in Europe. All with just a card. All in one app.

Our recommended Wall box provider

The best way to minimise your electric car charge cost is to charge at home. Volkswagen recommend Ohme as our preferred wall box supplier. Your local Volkswagen Retailer can help you order a Ohme home charger and even guide you through the process of applying for a grant. You may be also eligible for the EV chargepoint grant⁠⁠ to help you with your electric car charger installation cost if you own or rent a flat (you can get either £350 or 75% off the cost to buy and install a socket, whichever amount is lower.) The Cost to charge an electric car at home will differ depending on your energy supplier.

The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) replaced the Electric Vehicle Homecharge scheme (EVHS) with the new EV charge point grant. The Government grants are subject to full terms and conditions and eligibility may be revised or withdrawn at any time without prior notice. This information is correct as of September 2022. Find out more about the EV chargepoint grant at

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Volkswagen hybrid model comparison

Whether a sporty SUV or a flexible estate – with the Volkswagen hybrid range you will find the perfect model for your precise needs. See below the range of our hybrid drives.

Lithium-ion batteries, of the type used in most electric vehicles (including Volkswagen electric vehicles) have a restricted lifespan. Battery capacity will reduce over time, with use and charging. Reduction in battery capacity will affect the performance of the vehicle, including the range achievable, and may impact resale value. New car performance figures (including battery capacity and range) may be provided for the purposes of comparison between vehicles. You should not rely on new car performance figures (including battery capacity and range), in relation to used vehicles with older batteries, as they will not reflect used vehicle performance in the real world.

Next steps

Build something beautiful from the ID. Range

The best way to get to know the ID. Range is to build one. Choose your preferred model and use our configurator to pick your colour, wheels, engine and more.

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Important information :

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