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Green Fleet

Our ‘hybrid-electric’ vehicles use a petrol engine and an electric motor. Making your journey quiet and smooth when in heavy traffic but no less swift when on a clear motorway.

Because our fleet cruises on electric power up to 31 mph, you can get zero fuel consumption, zero tailpipe emissions and a near-silent drive for up to 50% of your urban journeys according to Toyota Hybrid Experience figures. Meanwhile, UK government data shows that hybrid cars have consistently lower CO2 figures than conventional cars.

Prius Hybrid

Modern design, clean contemporary cabin with seating for 3 passengers and luggage space for 3 suitcases and hand luggage.  Safety sensors all around keep the driver informed potential hazards keeping you safer while travelling with us.

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Prius+ Hybrid

Versatile and larger than the standard Prius, seating 4 passengers in comfort with three independent seats in the rear and plenty of luggage space.   Can also be used to seat 6 passengers without luggage for shorter journeys with two rear folding full-size seats.

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By travelling in a Prius you are reducing your carbon emissions by 50% on a typical airport transfer to Heathrow Airport.

Camry Hybrid

A smoothly elegant saloon with 2.5L performance and seats 2-3 passengers in comfort.   An enhanced experience for when those occasions need it – business dinners, events or hosting customer days/evenings. Impressive power, blissfully silent and efficient.

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Verso VIP

Our Verso VIP is a luxury people carrier that means you don’t have to compromise between quantity of passengers and style. With capacity to carry 6 passengers, the Verso offers a spacious but luxurious solution for groups and teams. Ideal for corporate events, VIP travel, airport transfers and hotel shuttles for small groups, days out. Conference style or front facing seating available.

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Safeguarding our future

According to a United Nations report Nov 2018, “projected emissions of carbon dioxide, the primary greenhouse gas, from nations around the world fall woefully short of the 2 degree Celsius goal set in the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015.

In fact, the report states that the current emission targets for all countries would result in an average global temperature rise of 3.2 degrees Celsius (5.8 degrees Fahrenheit) by 2100.

A 3.2 degree warmer world by the end of this century would bring about many of the dire consequences for human health, global economies and sea level rise that are projected from the "higher-emission" scenarios (also known as worst-case scenarios).

The latest target is to reduce this projection to a 2 degree goal to limit the impact of climate change on our future world.

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