From 1 April 2020 due to new legislation, all car manufacturers will change CO2 values from NEDC^ correlated to WLTP*.
WLTP aims to be more representative of real world driving conditions. As a result, most cars will change Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) road tax bands.
What is Vehicle Excise Duty (VED)?
VED is an annual tax for registering vehicles in the UK. The first-year of road tax is included in a car’s On-The-Road (OTR) price and is based on its carbon dioxide emissions (CO2).
The new CO2 values from 1 April 2020 will affect VED in the vehicle price build. The list price (P11D) is not affected by this change.
For cars that have a list price of £40,000 or more, the government will charge a supplementary £320 road tax on the second year of taxation for a duration of 5 years. Due to the CO2 changes from 1 April 2020, most models will fall into a different VED band.
To find out the revised CO2 values of your preferred model and grade derivative, please contact us.
Terms & Conditions
^New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). *The Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). CO2 values will be specific to each model and grade derivatives of that model depending on wheel size, equipment level and accessories – please speak to your Centre who will be able to confirm the exact change for your vehicle.