We’re electrifying the UK's favourite businesses
Seen a Vivaro Electric on the road recently? Well, that's part of Vauxhall's ongoing strategy to electrify Britain's businesses. We supply some of the UK's best-loved and most-recognised brands with electric vehicles. After helping British Gas on their way to achieving their goal of a 100% electric fleet by 2030, we've also supplied other favourites such as BT, Network Rail, Tesco, Mitie and Riverford with all-electric vehicles.
We’re providing on-street charging infrastructure
We realise that a lack of on-street charging is a significant problem. Without it, many are prevented from accessing the most affordable and convenient way of charging an electric vehicle.
To tackle the issue, we've partnered with leading street charging operators – Connected Kerb, Char.gy and Surecharge, to launch a pioneering multi-year programme designed to make sure motorists without driveways are not left behind in the transition to electric.
We’re building electric vehicles in the UK
Our Ellesmere Port plant in the UK is the first manufacturing site within the Stellantis group to exclusively build all-electric vehicles.
We’re investing £100 million in electric production in the UK, and our aim is for Ellesmere Port to be carbon neutral by 2025. It’s all exciting news!
We're electrifying our vehicle line-up by 2024
We’re making the switch to electric easy
We know it can be daunting to make the switch to electric, that's why our Plug & Go offer is designed to give you peace-of-mind electric driving from day 1.
With every new electric vehicle purchase, we'll give you a free home charging wallbox (including installation), 8 years roadside assistance, 8 years battery warranty, 3 years servicing and a 6 month free subscription to BP Pulse, the UK’s largest public charging network.
We're continuing to innovate
Not only are we leading from the front with electric, but we're also leading the way with hydrogen.
From 2025, Vauxhall will begin selling its new zero-emissions van, the Vivaro Hydrogen. This fuel cell electric vehicle will combine long range with quick recharging, helping make the switch to electric stress-free.
We'll be all-electric by 2028
The UK Government has banned the sale of petrol and diesel-powered new vehicles from 2030, and will only allow zero emissions-in-use vehicles from 2035. But we’re not waiting until then.
We’re leading from the front with electric.