General Motors will boost production of the Chevrolet Bolt EV late this year, the automaker confirmed in a Tuesday announcement with its annual sustainability report.

The Bolt EV, Chevy’s first battery-electric car, is assembled at the Orion production facility in Michigan, which handles all production for global markets. GM said the production increase comes as demand for the electric car ramps up globally. Specifically, a portion of the added production will be for South Korea.

GM also said the United States and Canada will see more Bolt EVs at dealerships later this year. The production increase is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2018.

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In addition to the added Bolt EV production, the automaker also recommitted to launch 20 battery-electric cars by 2023 globally. Interestingly, the announcement said “at least” 20 electric cars. Previously, GM committed to just 20 electric cars, but it’s very likely other cars will come for global markets, especially China.

Finally, GM also recommitted to be fossil fuel-free by 2050. The automaker wants its entire operations to run exclusively on renewable energy in the coming decades.