Hyundai Motor’s Indian unit plans to raise diesel engine imports from South Korea by 50% to cut long waiting periods for its Verna sedan and the i20 hatchback.

Hyundai Motor India will raise diesel engine imports to 10,500 units a month starting this month from 7,000, Dow Jones reported, citing a statement from the automaker.

“We expect the waiting period for the diesel Verna to drop from six months to two to three months and for the new i20 to about a month,” said Arvind Saxena, director for marketing and sales at Hyundai Motor India.

He didn’t specify the current waiting period for the i20.