Company Car Drivers

Company Car Tax - What You Need To Know

A key element to consider when choosing a company car is the amount of tax it'll incur. You will pay tax on a percentage of the P11D value of the car. The benefit in kind (BIK) rate is worked out by the amount of CO2 emissions the car produces. The lower the emissions, the lower the percentage.

The amount you pay will then be 20% of this figure if you're a lower rate tax payer, 40% if you're a higher rate payer and 50% if you earn over £150,000.

Why Hyundai Makes Sense

Choose Hyundai for your company car and you'll enjoy high levels of specification, impressive fuel efficiency and emission reducing technologies.

More as Standard

From Bluetooth® connectivity to cruise control and satellite navigation, Hyundai cars feature all the spec you need, as standard.

Blue Drive for lower C02 Figures

Hyundai work hard to keep CO2 emissions low, so you can enjoy lower tax. The Blue Drive technology features Intelligent Stop & Go and an Eco Drive Indicator to maximise fuel efficiency.

Lower BIK Rates

You could pay less tax via low BIK rates thanks to Hyundai's green credentials. For example, the IONIQ Hybrid 1.6 petrol DCT Automatic starts from just £58 per month for a 20% taxpayer.

Why C02 Makes A Difference

The greener your car, the lower the CO2 emissions meaning you'll pay less tax.

How to Work out Your Company Car Tax

The Benefit in Kind rate is the percentage of the car's value you can be taxed on and it's based on the CO2 emissions of the car. That’s why Hyundai's range of low emission cars cost you less in tax. Here's how it works:

P11D Price x BIK Rate x Personal Tax Band = Annual tax you will need to pay. HMRC will advise you how this deduction will be made.