Full Hybrid vehicles use both the fuel-powered combustion engine and the electric motor to drive the car, either both at the same time, or independently of each other.

A Full Hybrid system cleverly assists the engine when you’re driving, to enhance fuel efficiency, reduce harmful CO2 emissions, minimise engine noise and make your driving feel smoother.


When you go Hybrid, you’ll likely see a reduction in running costs versus a non-hybrid equivalent. This is because a Hybrid system gives assistance to the combustion engine so that less fuel is needed. A Full Hybrid can recover energy usually lost when braking or deceleration occurs.

Full hybrids can also enhance fuel efficiency by supporting the engine when it restarts (after stopping temporarily at a junction for example), provide power assistance when the car is accelerating, and even drive the vehicle using electricity only for short periods of time. And without the need to plug the vehicle in to charge as it is a self-charging Hybrid system.

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Because the electric motor takes some of the load off the fuel-powered engine, Hybrids are kinder on the environment than many non-hybrid equivalents.

Full Hybrid has the additional advantage of allowing you to switch to electric-only mode, albeit usually only for short distance driving - meaning you can complete short journeys at low speeds with just electric power. All resulting in improved fuel efficiency and less harmful emissions.


With a Full Hybrid, you don’t have to worry about plugging in your vehicle to charge it, or more importantly, running out of charge whilst out on the road!

You always have the reassurance of the conventional combustion engine when needed and the engine can actually recover some of the lost energy during braking and deceleration, converting this to electrical power and begin to charge the Hybrid battery.

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