Electric and Hybrid

Discover Electric at Robinsons Motor Group | Audi, Volkswagen, Citroën, ŠKODA & SEAT | A new generation of vehicles

Whether it is your next car or the one after that, the electric and hybrid options are only getting better. Find out whether one could suit your lifestyle, the costs involved and what’s involved in maintenance. And, of course, the model range that’s charged and ready to drive-away now.

Browse our Electric and Hybrid Models:


Current and Upcoming Models

Expected Models:




Current and Upcoming Models

Expected Models:

  • Audi A6 TFSI e

  • Audi A7 TFSI e

  • Audi A8 TFSI e


Current and Upcoming Models

Expected Models:

  • Volkswagen ID.4 electric SUV

  • Volkswagen ID. Crozz electric SUV

  • Volkswagen ID. Buzz electric campervan

  • Volkswagen ID. Vizzion electric saloon


Current and Upcoming Models

Expected Models:

  • SEAT Leon e-Hybrid

  • SEAT Tarraco PHEV

  • SEAT el-Born

SEAT el-Born

​Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

Current and Upcoming Models

Expected Models:

  • Volkswagen ABT e-Transporter

  • Volkswagen e-Crafter

  • Volkswagen ID. BUZZ Cargo


Current and Upcoming Models

Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid Flair
Citroën C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid

Expected Models:

  • Citroën Berlingo Electric

Electric Berlingo

Get to know the different types:

Electric Vehicle (EV)

An electric vehicle (EV), also referred to as an electric drive vehicle, is a vehicle which uses one or more electric motors for propulsion.

Mild hybrid electric vehicle (mHEV)

In-between a conventional petrol vehicle and a full hybrid. A mild hybrid uses a smaller battery, and a motor-generator that can both create electricity and help boost the petrol engine’s output. Mild hybrid vehicles aren’t capable of all-electric propulsion.

Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV)

Combination of conventional hybrid electric vehicle (electric motor, internal combustion engine) & all-electric vehicle (plug to connect to the electrical grid).

Battery electric vehicle (BEV)

Type of electric vehicle that uses energy stored in rechargeable battery packs for propulsion.

What to consider?


Filling-up the ‘tank’ isn’t such a burden; charging a battery from empty to full costs a lot less.


All-electric vehicles produce no tailpipe emissions, so the CO2 output of your daily commute = zero.


Both the driving range of electric and charging locations across the UK is always improving.


Fewer parts than a petrol or diesel engine vehicle make servicing easier.


When you put your foot down, the acceleration is instantaneous, for more responsive driving.


Currently, the government offers grants for car buyers making the switch to electric.


A growing network of superfast public chargers add to workplace and home charging options.


Driving electric or hybrid offers reduced car tax (VED rates and Benefit in Kind for business drivers).