The Honda Insight will return for the 2019 model year, expanding Honda’s hybrid portfolio to three vehicles.

The new Insight will first debut in “Prototype” form in Detroit next month before the production car comes about in 2019. The vehicle will be powered by a two-motor hybrid system offering fuel economy that is “competitive with other compact hybrid models.” In the outgoing 2017 Accord Hybrid, the two-motor powertrain delivers an EPA estimated rating of 49 MPG city and 47 MPG highway.

“With its sophisticated styling, dynamic stance, ample interior space and best-in-class performance, the all-new Insight embodies Honda’s approach to creating electrified vehicles without the typical tradeoffs,” said Honda America general manager, Henio Arcangeli, Jr. “You won’t have to be an electrification advocate to appreciate the new Insight – it’s a great car in its own right, independent of what’s happening under the hood.”

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The 2019 Insight will be manufactured at Honda’s Greensburg, Ind. plant, where the Civic and CR-V are also made. It will go on sale at Honda dealers across in the US in early 2018, alongside the automaker’s existing energy-efficient lineup, which consists of the Clarity Fuel Cell, Clarity Electric, Clarity Plug-in Hybrid and 2018 Accord Hybrid.

“At the 2017 North American International Auto Show we announced our Honda Electrification Initiative with the intention to make two-thirds of Honda’s global vehicle sales electrified vehicles by 2030,” added Arcangeli. “With the Insight launching later in 2018 as the fifth electrified vehicle brought to market over the past year, we’re demonstrating our commitment to that goal.”

Stay tuned for more information on the 2019 Honda Insight following its debut next month.

This story originally appeared at AutoGuide.com.