The tax payable on company cars depends on things like how much it costs to buy (list price), the type of fuel it uses and its CO2 emissions. To add to the complexity, benefit in kind (BiK) rates announced in the budget, may change over different tax years, and from the April 2021/22 tax year is based on real-world emissions (WLTP figures).

At SEAT for Business, we want to make life easier for you, so we’ve produced a handy guide for Fleet Managers containing all the key information you’ll need for the tax year commencing April 2021 - from capital allowances to company car tax bands.