Honda is planning to sell lots of hybrid vehicles and EV cars in 2021, the company said Wednesday.
The company said it plans to sell an average of three hybrid and two EV models per year by 2021, with the first two models expected to be the H2, a plug-in hybrid, and the K3, an EV that can drive itself.
The first batch of hybrid cars and EVs will be offered in the U.S. in 2021.
The plan is to begin mass production of the first-generation K2 hybrid car in 2019, with subsequent models including the K4, K6, K8, and K9.
It also said it would roll out a new generation of the K2 EV to customers by 2020.
Honda also said that it plans “to continue our global commitment” to electrification.
It’s an ambitious goal, considering that Tesla has yet to unveil its Model 3 electric car, which will be produced in China.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in February that the company would start production of its own electric car in 2021 or 2022.