Toyota is planning on introducing 10 new electrified vehicles in China by 2020.

The new electrified models will include the plug-in hybrid, 31-mile all-electric range Corolla and the Levin sedan in 2019, followed by an SUV based on the IZONA in 2020. The Corolla and Levin will mark Toyota’s inaugural plug-in hybrid vehicles produced in the region.

“We are steadily and confidently advancing all aspects of our environmental strategy in China, the world’s most advanced country in electrification,” commented Kazuhiro Kobayashi, Toyota chief executive officer of China, at the Beijing Motor Show.

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Toyota’s Chinese electrification effort has also expanded to local facilities, with plans to add a battery-testing facility at its Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing research and development facility in Changshu, China. This follows a Nov. 2016 expansion with ongoing lab and test track improvements.

Through 2017, Toyota sold roughly 140,000 electrified vehicles in China against a total of approximately 350,000 cars.