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Ford, Toyota, Honda and other carmakers have all been building a range of new, larger and more affordable EVs in the last few years, with Ford offering the smallest car to date.
But Tesla has yet to launch its own vehicles, and many other car makers have been selling their cars in limited numbers to consumers.
Ford says it’s aiming to introduce at least a dozen EVs in 2019.
Ford said it is making the decision to launch EVs with the new Ford Bronkos Sport, which will be unveiled on Tuesday in a special event at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The new car will be a crossover model, and the company is expecting to sell a few hundred cars in its first year.
Ford is also planning to introduce an SUV version of the car, according to a statement.
“The new Ford Ford Bronos Sport will offer an exhilarating ride with an unparalleled blend of safety, comfort and performance, with a range to match,” the statement said.
The Bronco and Model S will share the same interior, and both cars will be equipped with Autopilot, the technology that allows Tesla to automatically turn on and off the vehicle’s emergency braking system when the car’s driving on its own.
Both models are expected to come with about 1,500 miles of range.
The Ford Bronko is expected to start at $36,000.
Ford will also sell the Model S, which is expected starting at $55,000, in limited quantities starting in late 2019.
“This new Ford Model S offers consumers unprecedented convenience and comfort,” said John Mullen, Ford executive vice president of global mobility, in the statement.
The Model S is also expected to have a range comparable to that of a Ford Fusion, Ford said.
Ford already offers a new car, the Fusion, which can go from 0 to 60 in less than three seconds, with the same battery pack.
The company said it plans to sell around a dozen new vehicles in 2019, including an SUV and an all-electric crossover.
It said it expects to sell between a million and a half and a million new vehicles worldwide by 2020, a significant increase from previous years.