Over the next five years, Nissan will introduce four new electric vehicles, while luxury division Infiniti will debut two EVs. This is according to a report by Automotive News, where it is revealed the six EVs will make up part of 12 EVs planned for the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.

These vehicles will run solely on electricity, and are not hybrids like the Note and its e-Power range-extender system. Toshihiro Hirai, global director of the Alliance and corporate vice president of Nissan, confirmed the powertrain type, but declined to reveal what model types they will be featured in.

Rumours of an electric SUV for Nissan have been around for some time, and there’s the likelihood of an MPV in the mix as well. These models will join the all-new Leaf, which was revealed last year with a significantly revised design and increased powertrain performance. The hatchback is also destined for Malaysia some time in 2018.

On the Infiniti side of things, Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa had previously stated all new models will be either all-electric or feature the e-Power system. Infiniti is set to introduce its first all-electric vehicle in 2021, and expects more than half of its global sales to be comprised of electric vehicles by 2025.