Hyundai Motor Group has said it planned to launch electric vehicles in China each year starting from 2022 to enhance its presence in the world’s biggest car market.

According to Reuters, the automaker said it planned to unveil 21 Hyundai and Kia brand EVs by 2030, including hybrid and fuel-cell vehicles.

The group said it plans to cut the number of petrol vehicle models sold in China to 14 by 2025, down from 25 currently.