While Ford (F) has hinted that its first electric vehicle to debut in 2020 will most likely be a Mustang-inspired SUV, the automaker may have plans to introduce two more EVs following its launch.

According to Automotive News, Ford has plans in the works to unveil a Ford and Lincoln branded electric SUV that will arrive no later than 2023. The EVs will reportedly be produced at Ford’s Flat Rock, Michigan, assembly plant, moving from its initial Mexico production location.

Ford previously said to expect an electric SUV that has a similar footprint to the Ford Edge and Lincoln Nautilus, that will operate using Ford’s battery-electric technology that will appear in the Mustang-inspired SUV model, the news outlet said.

Ford has shown its commitment to electric-driven vehicles, partnering with electric truck maker Rivian with a $500 million investment in the company and entering into a venture with Volkswagen, which it has recently expanded to develop electric vehicle technologies.

Ford has also said it plans to come to market with an electric Ford F-150, which it teased in a video of the pickup truck pulling a train. For its Volkswagen alliance, the company said it will launch at least one electric-powered vehicle model with the possibility for a second for the European market, CNet reported.

Ford Edge A Ford Edge SUV is seen at the 13th China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition in Guangzhou, China, Nov. 20, 2015. Photo: REUTERS/Tyrone Siu