The Japanese automaker is planning to sell four of its models in 2018, including the Honda CR-V, Honda Odyssey, and the new Civic, the company announced in a blog post.
The new CR-X, which will be offered as an optional equipment package in the Civic, will be available in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
Honda will offer the Odyssey as an option for the new 2017 Honda Accord sedan, which is also scheduled to enter production later this year.
Civic and Odyssey will also be available as an engine package in other Honda models.
Other new models will be added in 2019: the Civic Plug-In Hybrid (COH), the Honda CityPass and Civic Hybrid, the Honda Civic Sport, and Honda Fit.
Honda will offer a new line of CR-Vs, CR-4s, CRX, CRV, and CRXS models, as well as the first two models of the Honda Accord crossover.
While Honda says it will sell only 300,000 vehicles globally in 2019, it expects to sell 10 million of those vehicles by 2021, which would translate to an annual market share of 40% to 60%.
“The new Honda models are designed for people who want a great hybrid and can’t wait for the 2019 Honda Accord to launch,” said Honda Motor President Hiroshi Mikitani.
“But for those who are still looking for a Honda, the new models are the best value, the best option, and for the first time ever, you can have a reliable Honda at home.”