Hyundai India will launch 15 cars in the next four to five years to boost its market share, India’s Economic Times reported.

The paper said Hyundai plans to replace its current model line with new stylish ‘fluidic’ designs and enter new segments.

Sales and marketing chief Arvind Saxena told the paper: “The excitement in the market is derived out of only new models and facelifts, so you have to be continuously working towards it.”

The company also plans to launch an LPG variant of its new Eon car.

The line-up includes a new executive sedan, along with variants and facelifts of the i10 and i20, both of which are exported as well as sold locally.

Maruti Suzuki said recently it planned to launch 12-15 new models by 2015.