The following plug-in hybrid SUVs are positioned by MPGe, or "miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent." This measurement speaks to the number of miles a vehicle can travel using an amount of alternative fuel (for this situation, electricity stored in a battery) with a similar energy content as a gallon of gasoline.

Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid: 46 MPGe

This is one of the most dominant plug-in hybrid SUVs available, and it's certain to make to grin from ear to ear. In standard appearance, it makes 455 hp, and you can make everything more interesting with Sport Plus mode. In case that you truly need to maximize power, pick the 2020 Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid, which flaunts an incredible 670 hp—and an eye-watering price tag of $163,250.

Bentley Bentayga Hybrid: 50 MPGe

Weighing 5,800 pounds, this is one fiercing SUV. Luckily, the 443-hp, 516-lb-ft V-6 hybrid powertrain is adequate. Braking isn't as crisp as in the non-hybrid Bentayga, however, it's the thing you would anticipate from a Bentley. The 2020 Bentayga Hybrid will be in the market in the final quarter of 2019 with sales starting at $159,625.

BMW X5 XDrive40e Plug-In: 56 MPGe

BMW's latest X5 plug-in hybrid SUV was the xDrive40e model. In 2020, purchasers will get another twin named the X5 xDrive45e iPerformance. The xDrive45e we tested in mid 2019 was convenience to drive, packing a twin-turbo inline-six with a solid 394 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque. In electric-only mode, top speed is a vigorous 87 mph.

Mercedes-Benz GLC 350e: 56 MPGe (2019)

The plug-in hybrid variation of the Mercedes GLC SUV makes a healthy 315 hp from a 2.0-liter turbo-four engine and electric engine system. You are supposed to go just around 10 miles on EV control, however, the total range is 350 miles on the 2019 GLC 350e. Costs surpass $50,500. Mercedes simply reported a 2020 GLC 350e is coming in mid-2020 with a bigger battery pack and increased electric-only range. EPA range has not yet been reported for this model.