As per Electrive, following its alliance with Renault and Nissan, Mitsubishi will offer a battery-powered pick-up, an SUV, possibly the ASX, and two smaller EVs. A Mitsubishi Colt EV could also be part of the new lineup.
By next decade, the Japanese company will also invest 1.45 billion euros in batteries to ensure enough supply for the upcoming models.
While battery-powered cars, both EVs and hybrids, accounted for just 7% of the sales in 2021, Mitsubishi wants this class of vehicles to make up 100% of its sales by the end of 2035.
Company CEO Takao Kato said that "among our existing models, we'll expand the geographical areas where our flagship PHEV Outlander is being offered and build out the sales of the Minicab-MiEV light commercial EV that was relaunched last year."
Mitsubishi doesn't have an EV right now in Europe, which is a market full of options in this segment, from the likes of Volkswagen, BMW and Tesla to name a few.