Europe's Best Selling Plug-in Hybrid

Ford Kuga PHEV now only €29.500* with a government grant of €7.500

Introducing the Europe's top-selling PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle), now available with the government Electromobility Promotion Scheme. This offer includes a grant of €7,500, making it the perfect time to switch to a more sustainable mode of transportation.

*Ford Kuga Titanium 2.5L Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) 225PS FWD (eCVT)
List Price:      € 37.500
Discount:             - 500
Gov. grant:        - 7.500
Final Price:   € 29.500
The Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) model boasts the perfect balance of performance and efficiency, with a powerful electric motor and a fuel-efficient gasoline engine. This means you can enjoy the best of both worlds: all-electric driving for your daily commute and longer trips, and the peace of mind of a gasoline engine for extended travel. Plus, with the government grant of 7.500 Euro, you can save even more on the cost of this cutting-edge vehicle.

In addition to its impressive performance, the Kuga PHEV also offers a host of advanced features, including advanced safety systems, state-of-the-art infotainment technology, and sleek, aerodynamic design. And with its low emissions and reduced fuel consumption, it's not only good for your wallet, but also good for the environment.

Don't miss out on this opportunity! Visit your nearest dealership today to learn more about Europe's top-selling PHEV and take advantage of the government Electromobility Promotion Scheme. Take the opportunity to switch to a more sustainable and cost-effective mode of transportation with our top-of-the-line PHEV.

For more information regarding government grants for electrification and scrappage please visit the DEPARTMENT OF ROAD TRANSPORT.


The Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) combines a battery powered electric motor with its 2.5-litre Duratec petrol engine – delivering a combined power output of 225 PS, together with outstanding fuel economy and CO2 emissions figures just from just 23g CO2/km (WLTP). For added peace of mind, the hybrid battery comes with an 8-year or 160,000 kilometer warranty (whichever comes first).

A choice of electric vehicle (EV) modes means you can decide whether to run your Kuga PHEV on power from the electric motor, petrol engine or via a combination of both. When using the mode ‘EV Now’ the plug-in hybrid can travel between of up 64 kilometers (WLTP Test Results) on electric power only. So, you can make easy work of any terrain, while keeping your city driving clean, quiet and refined.


If you choose the Kuga Plug-in Hybrid, it comes with one standard cable for regular home charging. You can also order an optional cable for public charging stations.

To make charging at home as fast as possible, you can install a Ford Wallbox charging point at home as an optional accessory. Capable of charging your Kuga from 0–100% in under 3.5 hours, the Ford Wallbox offers much faster charging times than a conventional plug socket.

When you’re driving, a combination of regenerative braking and power drawn from the engine helps replenish the battery. Use the FordPass app on your phone to manage your charging. You can view the hybrid battery’s charge status and set preferred charging times to take advantage of lower, night time energy rates.


The time it takes to charge your Kuga Plug-In Hybrid battery can vary depending on whether you’re at home or in public, and what type of connection you’re using.

A domestic charging cable is supplied with your Kuga as standard. This enables you to plug your Kuga into a domestic socket to recharge. Additionally, the Ford Connected Wallbox is available for faster home charging. This is an optional accessory, available at additional cost.

The table below shows how long it takes to charge the Plug-In Hybrid battery from empty to full using a standard domestic cable, a Ford Connected Wallbox, and at a public charging station.
Charge on Domestic Exterior Socket (230V 3/2 pin plug) 6 - 6.5 hours
Charge using the Ford Connected Wallbox (7kW) 3 - 3.5 hours
Charge on Public Charging Station 3 - 3.5 hours


Works using a 3-/2-pin plug at one end and a 7-pin plug at the other. (Standard with vehicle)
Charge time: 6 hours


Comes with a Type 2 cable. (Optional with additional cost)
Charge time: 3 - 3.5 hours


Type 2 cable with Male and Female ends. (Optional with additional cost)
Charge time: 3 - 3.5 hours


Recharging your PHEV is easy.

A domestic charging cable is supplied with your Kuga. This has a traditional domestic plug on one end, and a plug that fits into the hybrid car on the other. Simply plug your Kuga into a wall socket to begin charging.

If you install a Ford Connected wallbox home charging point, then your charging speeds will be significantly faster. Your Ford Connected wallbox will also include a Type 2 charging cable to enable the improved charging speeds.

Whether you use a standard domestic socket or a Ford Connected wallbox, you can manage charging preference through the vehicle’s SYNC screen or with the FordPass app. This lets you program when you want your Kuga to charge so it’s always ready when you are.


The table below outlines the Kuga PHEV range, performance and emissions data.

All data is provided by WLTP. If you’re driving short distances and using electric power alone, the CO2 emissions are reduced to zero.
Electric range WLTP Overall Range (Combined) on a full charge 64 kilometers
Electric range WLTP Extra High Range (Motorway) on a full charge 47 kilometers
Urban range WLTP (Electric City) on a full charge 87 kilometers
Maximum power 225 PS
CO2 emissions 23-25g / km
Fuel consumption (weighted combined) 1.0-1.1 l/100km


The FordPass app delivers seamless integration with your Kuga Plug-in Hybrid via your smartphone. Delivering access to a host of features, such as navigation and vehicle health alerts. Useful Plug-in Hybrid specific features include locating public charge points, managing home charging schedules, and even setting your departure times. Watch our video on how FordPass can enhance the ownership experience of your new Kuga PHEV.