Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid
Here's a hybrid that doesn't weigh more than its non-electric counterpart, a real testament to how much GM is committed to this technology.
With thinner seats, an aluminum hood and an aero kit that reduces drag, the four-wheel-drive Tahoe Hybrid is rated at 20 mpg city and highway. It may not seem like headline news, but given that all other Tahoes are rated from 11 to 14 mpg in the city, it should be.
At $50,490, it's the priciest Tahoe by about $4,000. If you need to have 22" chrome rims as standard, head to your Cadillac dealer for an expected $10,000 more.(AP Photo / General Motors)