Volvo is betting big on electric cars.
The Swedish automaker said Wednesday it will introduce five electric or hybrid cars between 2019 and 2023. Two of the cars will be built under Volvo's Polestar brand, the automaker's performance brand that Volvo said will focus on electric vehicles in June.
But Volvo isn't the only company trying to corner the electric vehicle market, which automakers expect will grow with the proliferation of charging stations and advancements with battery tech.
Companies — including Mercedes, BMW, Volkswagen, Audi, and more — are looking to capitalize on consumers' desire for space by releasing long-range, electric SUVs.
Here are 11 electric SUVs slated to arrive by 2020:
3. Audi plans to launch a production model of its e-tron Quattro concept in 2018.
Audi first revealed its all-electric e-tron Quattro concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2015.
The SUV will have three electric motors and a range of about 300 miles on a single charge.
In April, Audi opened up reservations to buyers in Norway. Customers in the country can pay about $2,500 to reserve the car, however, the final price of the vehicle has not been revealed.
You can read more about the upcoming SUV here.
6. Ford will release a small, electric SUV by 2020.
Ford said the SUV will have an estimated range of 300 miles and will be sold in North America, Europe, and Asia.
7. Bentley is considering adding a small electric SUV to its lineup.
Bentley is certainly releasing a small SUV, but is still toying with whether it will be all-electric.
"If you are looking for such a car [small SUV] then we are looking to that in combination with the possibilities to go full electric," Rolf Frech, Bentley's board member for engineering, said at a recent press event. "It only makes sense if you get really new customers into the brand."
Last year, Bentley committed to releasing a hybrid Bentayga in 2017, according to the Drive. So it seems likely that Bentley will either release an all-electric or hybrid SUV in the near future.
8. Hyundai will launch an electric SUV in 2018 with a range of around 200 miles.
A Hyundai spokesperson told the Korea Herald that the electric SUV was in the works and due to arrive in 2018.
Above, you see Hyundai's all-electric Ioniq with a range of 110 miles — fairly limited for today's electric cars. The Ioniq will go on sale before the end of the year, but pricing has yet to be released.