Fleet Models | The new ID.7 Tourer

Enthusiastically business-like

Company fleets have an opportunity in 2024 to refresh their motor pools – thanks in particular to Volkswagen. In the next few weeks and months, four upgraded bestsellers will enter the marketplace: the Passat, Tiguan, Golf and the Golf Variant. And a completely upgraded all-rounder will go on sale to excite business customers: the new ID.7 Tourer. Read now
Audi | The new Q7

What do professional and private life have in common?

That’s right – it’s the Audi Q7. The reasons for this alliance are obvious: The large SUV made by Audi has been one of the most popular members of its vehicle class since 2005. Ever since more and more companies started to make room in their fleets for these muscular urban cowboys, the Q7 has become a permanent member in the business segment: Here, too, the reasons for this shift are obvious. First, the vehicle’s distinctive design – it’s an Audi after all – that makes a stunning impression during customer meetings. Second, its flexible interior concept that is ideal for private usage. User-choosers with families know exactly how important such features are. Read now

Interview | Interview with Steffen Zöhke

Škoda: Strong arrows in the quiver

Octavia, Kodiaq, Superb: Traditionally, hearing these names causes fleet operators’ ears to prick up. The new versions of these fleet-favourites will be hitting the market in 2024. Steffen Zöhke, Head of Fleets, Direct Customers and Remarketing at Škoda Auto Deutschland, explains what fleet customers can expect – and what progress is being made in terms of electric mobility – in the following interview. Read now

Škoda | The new Superb

Four wins

The Škoda brand has been an invaluable member of company vehicle fleets for many years now – particularly when it comes to the Škoda Superb. What’s even more exciting is that the next generation of the vehicle is about to go on sale: As usual, the new Superb is available as a saloon and estate – making it the only brand in the Volkswagen Group to offer both model versions in this class. And, as usual, the new vehicle will set new standards in design, comfort and economic efficiency. Read now

Fleet Knowledge | Fleet Ordering

It is all so simple

Fleet configurations and vehicle ordering can be complicated and time-consuming processes. The online system called Fleet Ordering proves that things do not have to be that way: Major and direct customers of the Volkswagen Group can use this practical tool to significantly improve the efficiency of their processes. Read now

Audi | The new Q8

Do you know the flagship of the Q family from Audi?

If so, great, because there are lots of changes to tell you about. If not, you now have an opportunity to get to know an SUV Coupé that is sure to impress fleet managers and user choosers. That’s because the upgraded Audi Q8 not only retains its usual expressive appearance, it can also be individualised with a wide variety of equipment features. This starts on the outside at the front and continues through new paint colours and wheels to the rear lights. What’s more, there is a choice of various decorative inlays for the interior. Sounds interesting? Read now

Fleet Knowledge | Charging at home

When the calculations add up

An easy way to bill the cost of business charging at home? For a long time this has involved a lot of organisational effort for fleet managers and company car users. Significant help is now at hand in Germany, however, thanks to the smart Home Charging Service from LOGPAY Transport Services GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Financial Services AG. Read now

E-Mobility | Battery plants

Fit for e-mobility

The transformation towards electric and digital mobility is in full swing. In-house local battery factories will ensure reliability of supply for these important energy storage units. The most recent additions are the Volkswagen Group’s future gigafactories in Valencia, Spain, and St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada (picture above). Read now

Audi | A8

Travel in style

Since 1994, the A8 has been Audi’s response to demand for a prestigious company car designed to meet the needs of senior and executive management. Luxury, authority and success are the words that immediately come to mind with this saloon. Read now

Background Knowledge | Martin Roemheld, Part 1

„E-cars are better cars“

More models, more quick-charging stations, more services: according to Martin Roemheld, Head of E-Mobility Services at Volkswagen AG, 2021 will be the year of electric mobility. In the first part of the interview, the expert talks about promotional concepts, the acceptance of electric mobility and explains why he feels comfortable driving his ID.3 even long distances with low remaining battery capacity. Read now

Sustainability

TATTOO.

„Dieses Buch ist so knallhart – vollgepackt mit fantastischem Shit aus der Geschichte des Tätowierens, den ich über 40 Jahre gesammelt habe. Vieles davon hat man nie zuvor gesehen. Das war eine echte Herzensangelegenheit!“ Henk Schiffmacher     Der legendäre Tätowierkünstler und Historiker Henk Schiffmacher nimmt uns mit auf seine ganz persönliche Reise durch 200 […] Read now

Audi | The new Q7

What do professional and private life have in common?

That’s right – it’s the Audi Q7. The reasons for this alliance are obvious: The large SUV made by Audi has been one of the most popular members of its vehicle class since 2005. Ever since more and more companies started to make room in their fleets for these muscular urban cowboys, the Q7 has become a permanent member in the business segment: Here, too, the reasons for this shift are obvious. First, the vehicle’s distinctive design – it’s an Audi after all – that makes a stunning impression during customer meetings. Second, its flexible interior concept that is ideal for private usage. User-choosers with families know exactly how important such features are. Read now

Reports | Helion

On the sunny side of life: with 100 ID. Buzz Cargo for Helion

As the solar power leader in its home country of Switzerland, Helion¹ is a company with electricity ingrained in its DNA. What could be a better fit for the company than a fleet of electric vehicles? Actually, nothing. As a result, Helion’s technicians are now also on the road in an all-electric vehicle – the ID. Buzz Cargo. The company is now operating one of Switzerland’s largest fleets of e-vehicles. Read now

Reports | Nestlé

Racing towards climate neutrality

The location couldn’t have been better: At the racecourse of the National Riding Institute in the Swiss Avenches, sales representatives from Nestlé Suisse SA were presented with their new company cars – 126 of a total of 171 Škoda Enyaqs. The switch to the all-electric model is a part of the food company’s ambitious climate timetable, which stipulates a rapid reduction of emissions. Read now

Interview | Interview with Steffen Zöhke

Škoda: Strong arrows in the quiver

Octavia, Kodiaq, Superb: Traditionally, hearing these names causes fleet operators’ ears to prick up. The new versions of these fleet-favourites will be hitting the market in 2024. Steffen Zöhke, Head of Fleets, Direct Customers and Remarketing at Škoda Auto Deutschland, explains what fleet customers can expect – and what progress is being made in terms of electric mobility – in the following interview. Read now

Interview | Prof. Dr. Thomas Garbe

What will fill our tank today, tomorrow and the day after?

By 2030, Volkswagen plans to reduce the carbon footprint of its fleet in Europe by 40 percent. The all-electric car will certainly play a key role in this effort. Amid a maze of differing customer needs around the world, drive system preferences and business conditions, automakers cannot lose sight of renewable fuels – Professor Dr Thomas Garbe, the Head of Petrol and Diesel Fuels at Volkswagen AG, says in our interview. Read now

Fleet Knowledge | Legal (Guest column)

On holiday with the company car? This is what you should consider.

Company cars are becoming an increasingly popular perk for employees – particularly when companies permit these employees to use the cars for private purposes. Employees must keep several key points in mind when they use their company cars for private purposes. Our two-part guest article on the limits and obligations of company car use is first devoted to the topic of holiday trips. Read now

Škoda | The new Superb

Four wins

The Škoda brand has been an invaluable member of company vehicle fleets for many years now – particularly when it comes to the Škoda Superb. What’s even more exciting is that the next generation of the vehicle is about to go on sale: As usual, the new Superb is available as a saloon and estate – making it the only brand in the Volkswagen Group to offer both model versions in this class. And, as usual, the new vehicle will set new standards in design, comfort and economic efficiency. Read now

Audi | New equipment lines for A6 and A7

Individual class

Audi is freshening up its A6 and A7 business product lines and adding new elements and further innovations to the standard equipment. What’s more, attractive options are available to user choosers to show their individuality (compared with previous models), since the interior can now be designed independently of the chosen exterior package. Discover here how the two premium class product lines can set new accents in the fleet. Read now

Der neue Volkswagen Passat Variant dynamisch auf einer Straße
Volkswagen | The new Passat Variant

Do you write business with P?

One of the most popular company cars is now available in a new generation – and has something special to offer business travellers: the Passat Estate provides even more room for business travellers and their luggage. Even more driving comfort. Efficient combustion engines and plug-in hybrid drive systems. And on top of that, a lean, linear design with attractive specification packages. Read now

Fleet Knowledge | Fleet Ordering

It is all so simple

Fleet configurations and vehicle ordering can be complicated and time-consuming processes. The online system called Fleet Ordering proves that things do not have to be that way: Major and direct customers of the Volkswagen Group can use this practical tool to significantly improve the efficiency of their processes. Read now

Audi | The new Q8

Do you know the flagship of the Q family from Audi?

If so, great, because there are lots of changes to tell you about. If not, you now have an opportunity to get to know an SUV Coupé that is sure to impress fleet managers and user choosers. That’s because the upgraded Audi Q8 not only retains its usual expressive appearance, it can also be individualised with a wide variety of equipment features. This starts on the outside at the front and continues through new paint colours and wheels to the rear lights. What’s more, there is a choice of various decorative inlays for the interior. Sounds interesting? Read now

Fleet Knowledge | IAA Mobility 2023

A few weeks have passed since the Volkswagen Group brands presented their latest innovations at the mobility event in Munich. The spotlight was also on numerous vehicles of relevance for the fleet, which we would like to highlight once again in a detailed review. Read now

Interview | MILES Mobility

“MILES or public transport? The question does not arise …”

Anyone contemplating car sharing in Berlin, Hamburg, Brussels, Ghent or many other large towns or cities in Germany and Belgium will almost inevitably come across MILES Mobility, by now the largest free-floating car sharer in Europe. We spoke to CEO Oliver Mackprang about winning formulas, changing user needs – but also about why the concept needs good public transport to work efficiently. Read now

Reports | Vattenfall

Ready for work

Charging and loading – for fleet vehicles at Swedish energy group Vattenfall, both go hand in hand. Now full-electric mobility is to be rolled out in multiple European core markets for the company’s light commercial vehicles too. Among these is the new ID. Buzz Cargo from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles. Read now

Fleet Knowledge | Charging at home

When the calculations add up

An easy way to bill the cost of business charging at home? For a long time this has involved a lot of organisational effort for fleet managers and company car users. Significant help is now at hand in Germany, however, thanks to the smart Home Charging Service from LOGPAY Transport Services GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Financial Services AG. Read now

E-Mobility | Battery plants

Fit for e-mobility

The transformation towards electric and digital mobility is in full swing. In-house local battery factories will ensure reliability of supply for these important energy storage units. The most recent additions are the Volkswagen Group’s future gigafactories in Valencia, Spain, and St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada (picture above). Read now

E-Mobility | CES Las Vegas

„Viva CES Vegas“

Las Vegas? The first thing most people probably think of when they hear the name is gambling casinos, desert and Elvis. Well now it’s time for something else! And that’s CES, an event that defines technology topics of the future and that Volkswagen, Audi and CARIAD attended last January. Read now

Background Knowledge | Interview

“A new world is emerging”

The automotive world is undergoing the greatest transformation in its history. We spoke to innovation researcher Stefan Bratzel from the “Center of Automotive Management” research institute about why knowledge is becoming a critical success factor in the new world, what connectivity has to do with this, and why the pace of electrification could be improved. Read now

Fleet Models | T-Roc

Update for user choosers

Fleets are increasingly looking to SUVs – and no surprise, since the vehicles in this segment are more popular than ever worldwide. With the new T-Roc, Volkswagen is now introducing a fresh take on its compact crossover model onto the market. Read now

Audi | A8

Travel in style

Since 1994, the A8 has been Audi’s response to demand for a prestigious company car designed to meet the needs of senior and executive management. Luxury, authority and success are the words that immediately come to mind with this saloon. Read now

Reports | Schindler

Electricity in motion

Schindler elevators and escalators transport more than 1.5 billion people around the globe every day. And its vehicle fleet is also becoming increasingly electric. The German arm of Schindler has now extended its fleet with the addition of 200 ŠKODA ENYAQ iV electric vehicles. Read now

Fleet Knowledge

The best risk: minimum risk

“Risk management” to the ears of many fleet managers sounds like an unwelcome stress test – unpleasant and demanding in the extreme. The basic principle behind it is a basic instinct of human nature: we weigh up risks on a daily basis, completely subconsciously for the most part. Read now

Reports | Bechtle

Start now, don’t hesitate

Das nennt man Vorreiter: Der Fuhrpark der Bechtle AG besteht bereits zu 22 Prozent aus elektrifizierten Fahrzeugen. Alleine im Jahresendspurt 2020 kamen 50 vollelektrische Volkswagen ID.3 hinzu. Uli Drautz, Leiter des Konzerncontrollings, berichtet von den Beweggründen und den Herausforderungen bei dieser Transformation. Read now

Background Knowledge | Martin Roemheld, Part 1

„E-cars are better cars“

More models, more quick-charging stations, more services: according to Martin Roemheld, Head of E-Mobility Services at Volkswagen AG, 2021 will be the year of electric mobility. In the first part of the interview, the expert talks about promotional concepts, the acceptance of electric mobility and explains why he feels comfortable driving his ID.3 even long distances with low remaining battery capacity. Read now

Sustainability

TATTOO.

„Dieses Buch ist so knallhart – vollgepackt mit fantastischem Shit aus der Geschichte des Tätowierens, den ich über 40 Jahre gesammelt habe. Vieles davon hat man nie zuvor gesehen. Das war eine echte Herzensangelegenheit!“ Henk Schiffmacher     Der legendäre Tätowierkünstler und Historiker Henk Schiffmacher nimmt uns mit auf seine ganz persönliche Reise durch 200 […] Read now

Fleet Models

Power up!

Der neue Arteon folgt keinem Vorbild und keinem Trend. Er ist vielmehr das Gesicht in der Menge, zeigt sich progressiv, business-like und jetzt auch elektrifiziert. Read now

Q7, fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined):11,0–7,8; CO₂ emissions in g/km (combined): 251–204; CO₂ class: G. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status 03.2024)
ID.7 Tourer Pro, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.8-14.5; CO₂ emission in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicle. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2024)
Superb, the official consumption and emission figures will not be available until the type approval process is concluded. (Status: 12.2023)
Enyaq 85 / Enyaq 85x, Enyaq 85: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 15.8-14.9; CO₂ emission in g/km: combined 0. Enyaq 85x: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.8-16.0; CO₂ emission in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle image shows special equipment. (Status: 12.2023)
Q4 Sportback e-tron, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 18,9–15,6 (WLTP); CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle image shows special equipment. (Status: 11.2023)
Audi S6 Limousine TDI, fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 7,3–6,9; CO₂ emissions in g/km (combined): 191–182. Consumption and emission values are only available according to WLTP and not according to NEDC for the vehicle. (Status: 10.2023)
Audi S6 Avant TDI, fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 7.5–7.1; CO₂ emissions in g/km (combined): 196–187. Consumption and emission values are only available according to WLTP and not according to NEDC for the vehicle. (Status: 10.2023)
Audi S7 Sportback TDI, fuel consumption in l/100 km (combined): 7.5–7.1; CO₂ emissions in g/km (combined): 195–186. Consumption and emission values are only available according to WLTP and not according to NEDC for the vehicle. (Status: 10.2023)
Porsche Taycan 4, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 24.8–19.6; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status:07.2023)
Audi e-tron GT quattro, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 21.6–19.6; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status:07.2023)
Born 170 kW (231 PS) 77 kWh, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 17.5-15.7; CO₂ emissions in g/km: kombiniert 0; electric range (combined): 496-552 km (527-551 km for 5 seater) (WLTP). Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status:07.2023)
Tavascan, vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 04.2023)
Vehicle no longer available for order, no consumption and emission data are available.
Golf Alltrack, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 5.9–5.6; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 154-146. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
Audi R8 Spyder, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 13.9–13.4; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 316-305. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
Polo GTI, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 7.1–6.8; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 161-153. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
Leon CUPRA 300, no longer available for order. (Status: 03.2023)
Audi e-tron, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 24.3–22.0; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0: efficiency class: A+++. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 09.2019)
A6 Avant TFSI e quattro, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 1.6–1.3; power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 21.5–19.8; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 37-30. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
SEAT Leon e-Hybrid, currently not available. (Status: 03.2023)
Arteon eHybrid and Arteon Shhoting Brake eHybrid, Arteon eHybrid: fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 1.4–1.1; power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.0–14.7; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 31-25. Arteon Shooting Brake eHybrid: fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 1.4–1.2; power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.2–15.0; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 32-26. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicles. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
T-Roc R, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 9.1–8.6; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 205-196. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status:03.2023)
ID.4, ID.4 Pure Performance: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 17.9–16.7; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. ID.4 Pro Performance: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 18.6–16.4; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. ID.4 Pro 4MOTION: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 19.3–17.1; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0.Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
Enyaq iV and Enyaq Coupé iV, Enyaq iV: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 17.1–15.8; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Enyaq Coupé iV: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.9–15.4; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0.Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
Motorsports vehicle, not available as a production model, no consumption and emission data are available.
ID.4 GTX, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 19.3–17.2 (WLTP); CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 03.2023)
Amarok PanAmericana, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 10.5–10.2; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 274-267. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status:03.2023)
ID.3, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.5–15.2; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 07.2023)
Audi Q8 e-tron, combined power consumption in kWh/100 km: 24.4–20.1(WLTP); CO₂ emissions (combined) in g/km: 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicles. Information on fuel/power consumption and CO₂ emissions given in ranges depends on the equipment selected for the vehicle. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 12.2022)
Superb, official consumption and emission figures are not yet available, as the type approval process has not yet been completed.
ID. Buzz and ID. Buzz Cargo, ID. Buzz Pro: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 21.8 - 20.6; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. ID. Buzz Cargo: power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 22.3-20.3; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not NEDC are available for the vehicles. Fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions data with ranges depending on the vehicle equipment selected. Vehicle illustrations show optional equipment.
ID.5 Pro and ID.5 Pro Performance, Power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 18.4-16.1; CO2 emissions in g/km: combined 0. Only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not NEDC are available for the vehicles. Fuel consumption and CO2 emission data with ranges depending on the equipment selected for the vehicles. Vehicle illustration shows optional equipment.
Image shows concept vehicle/study, the vehicle is not available as a production model, no consumption and emission data are available.
ID.5 Pro, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.2; CO2 emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+++.Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 11.2021)
ID.5 GTX, Power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 17.1; CO₂ emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+++. Vehicle image shows special equipment. (Status: 05.2022)
Audi e-tron, power consumption in kWh/100 km: 24.3–22.0 combined; CO2-emission combined in g/km: 0; Efficiency class: A+++. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 09.2019)
ID.4 Pro Performance, power consumption in kWh/100 km: 16.0–14.8 combined; CO2-emission combined in g/km: 0; Efficiency class: A+++. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 02.2021)
Q5 Sportback, fuel consumption in l/100 km: Combined 7.6-4.7; CO2 emissions in g/km: Combined 182-123; efficiency class: C-A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 02.2021)
Caddy Cargo, Fuel consumption in l/100 km: Combined 5.8-4.4; CO₂ emissions in g/km: Combined 131-117. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 02.2021)
OCTAVIA COMBI SCOUT 1,5 TSI DSG e-TEC 110 kW, fuel consumption in l/100 km: Urban 6.1, extra-urban 4.2, combined 4.9; CO2 emissions in g/km: combined 112; efficiency class: A. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 02.2021)
SEAT Leon Sportstourer e-HYBRID, power consumption in kWh/100 km: Combined: 15.5–15.0; electricity consumption/petrol in l/100 km: Combined 1.3–1.2; CO2 emissions in g/km: Combined 29–27; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 02.2021)
SEAT Leon e-HYBRID, power consumption in kWh/100 km: Combined 15.4–14.9; fuel consumption/petrol in l/100 km: Combined 1.3–1.2; CO2 emissions in g/km: Combined 29–27; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 05.2021)
SEAT Tarraco e-HYBRID, power consumption in kWh/100 km: Combined 14.5; fuel consumption/petrol in l/100 km: Combined 1.8; CO2 emissions in g/km: Combined 41; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 05.2021)
Audi Q4 e-tron , power consumption in kWh/100 km: Combined 17.3–15.8 (NEDC); Combined 19.0–17.0 (WLTP); CO₂ emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 05.2021)
Octavia RS iV, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 1.5; power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 11.2; CO2 emissions in g/km: combined 33; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment.
Octavia Combi RS iV, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 1.5; power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 11.4; CO2 emissions in g/km: combined 34; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 05.2021)
OCTAVIA COMBI iV, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 1.4; power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 11.6; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 31; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 05.2021)
CUPRA Born, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.0–15.0; CO₂ emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 09.2021)
Q4 Sportback e-tron, power consumption (NEDC) in kWh/100 km: combined1) 17.9–15.6; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined1) 0; efficiency class: A+. Vehicle images show special equipment. (Status: 09.2021)
ŠKODA ENYAQ iV 80x, Power consumption in kWh/100 km: 16.1 combined; CO2-emission combined in g/km: 0; Efficiency class: A+. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 09.2021)
ID.4 GTX, Power consumption in kWh/100 km: 18.2-16.3 combined; CO2-emission combined in g/km: 0; Efficiency class: A+++. Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 10.2021)
ID.5 GTX, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 17.1 – 15.6; CO₂ emissions combined in g/km: 0. Efficiency class: A+++; Vehicle image shows optional equipment.
ID.5 Pro and ID.5 Pro Performance, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 15,9 – 14,6; CO₂ emissions combined in g/km: 0; Efficiency class: A+; Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 06.2022)
CUPRA Formentor 2.0 TDI, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 5.1-4.3; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 135-113; efficiency class: B-A.Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 05.2022)
Audi S8 TFSI, fuel consumption in l/100 km: combined 10.8-10.7; CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined 246-245; efficiency class: E.¹⁾ Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 05.2022)
ID.3 1ST, power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 15,4 – 13,5; CO₂ emissions combined in g/km: 0; Efficiency class: A+; Vehicle image shows optional equipment. (Status: 09.2021)
ŠKODA ENYAQ iV 80 , electricity consumption in kWh/100 km: Combined 13.6; CO2 emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+++. Vehicle image shows special equipment. (Status: 02.2022)
Golf GTI, (180 kW / 245 PS) (NEDC) fuel consumption in l/100 km: urban 9.0-8.6 / extra-urban 5.6-5.3 / combined 6.9-6.5; CO₂ emissions in g/km (combined): 157-149; efficiency class: D-C. Vehicle image shows special equipment. (Status: 05.2021)