A company car driver can expect to pay tax on the following basis: i.
|Tax year to 5th April||2017/18||2018/19||2019/20|
|Benefit in kind||£1,938||£2,584||£2,907|
|Tax payable at 20%||£388||£517||£581|
|Tax payable at 40%||£775||£1,034||£1,163|
If the company pays for private use of fuel the following applies in addition:
|Tax year to 5th April||2017/18||2018/19|
|Benefit in kind - Fuel||£0||£0|
|Tax payable at 20%||£0||£0|
|Tax payable at 40%||£0||£0|
|CO2 emission (g/km)||i||n/a|
The CO2 emission figure comes from the type approval test, and is set for the life of the car.
|Fuel type key letter||i||E|
The fuel type key letter is required for the P46(car) form used to inform the tax authorities of the exact level of benefit arising from a company car.
|Number of seats||2|
|Fuel consumption||i||not available|
The fuel consumption is the official figure for the combined cycle of EU Directive 80/1268/EEC as amended by 2004/3/EC.
|Number of doors||4|
|Acceleration 0 to 62||18.7 s|
|Maximum speed||68 mph|