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New Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake eHybrid

Prices from £47,340


No matter which variant you choose: depending on the equipment line you have a variety of seat covers to choose from, from fabric to ArtVelours or even Nappa leather. Aluminium or fine wood inserts round off the stylish impression of the interior. Seeing and feeling: this interior will allow you to truly enjoy every moment of your journey.

The cabin of the Arteon Shooting Brake eHybrid is finished to a very high standard. There are plenty of high-end materials used throughout and these combine with the screens and displays to create a great place to be.

When it comes to boot space, the eHybrid does bring a compromise compared with the regular-powered model. In the standard car you get a 590-litre boot, whereas this drops to a still-respectable 455 litres in the hybrid. It’s because the batteries are fitted under the boot floor, impacting overall space.

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The striking rear design of the all new Arteon Shooting Brake makes it stand out within its class. It’s hard not to be charmed by the look of the Shooting Brake. It’s one of the most elegant cars on the road today, that’s for sure, and brings plenty of high-end touches into one classy design.

The low-slung look of the car, combined with that raked roofline really help to make the Shooting Brake look particularly dynamic, while intricate LED headlights and rear lights finish the whole effect off. A wide range of sporty and elegant light alloy wheels also emphasises your new Arteon's attractive design.


There’s plenty of technology on board the Arteon Shooting Brake. You get an eight-inch central touchscreen which is where you’ll access features such as media and satellite navigation, but this is then combined with a 10.25-inch virtual cockpit display which relays key information back to the driver such as speed and electric range, alongside the amount of charge left in the batteries.

Though the Arteon might not use the button-less setup you’ll find in some of Volkswagen’s other cars like the Golf, this isn’t a bad thing. The main controls are all easy to use and adjust - and they look good, too.

Good to drive and parks itself

Your all new Arteon Shooting Brake with the optional Park Assist system not only tells you whether a parking space is large enough as you drive past it – it will also park for you*,**. You operate the clutch, accelerator and brake. It does the rest.


The Arteon Shooting Brake eHybrid utilises a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine which is then linked to an 85kW electric motor and a 13kWh battery. Together, you get 215bhp and a 0-60mph time of 7.6 seconds, but the real focus here is on efficiency.

Volkswagen claims that you’ll get up to 39 miles of electric-only power, while keeping the batteries topped up should help to return up to 205.6mpg, according to Volkswagen. The Arteon’s CO2 emissions, at 32g/km, are very impressive too.

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What trim levels are on the VW Arteon Shooting Brake e-Hybrid?


Elegance is the first of the Arteon’s two trim levels and brings a host of comfort-focused touches. You get heated front seats as standard, alongside keyless entry and a hands-free opening boot. A rear-view parking camera is included too, which really does help to make positioning the car easier. 

In terms of visual changes, the Elegance trim brings 18-inch alloy wheels to the exterior.


Things take a slightly more dynamic twist in the switch to R-Line trim. You now get 19-inch alloy wheels on all four corners and tinted glass for the rear windows. A panoramic sunroof helps to bring more light into the cabin, too. 

Inside, R-Line cars benefit from an ambient lighting package with 30 different colour options. 

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