DS Automobiles has ended production of the DS4 and DS5 hatchbacks as part of an aggressive product plan designed to turn around shrinking global sales. According to Autocar, the PSA Group’s premium brand is currently selling what a spokesman described as an “extensive supply” of existing stocks.

Despite their futuristic looks, both the DS4 and DS5 have suffered from dwindling sales and contributed to the company’s 38.5% sales decline in 2017. Last year, DS sold just 11,746 units of the DS4 – comparatively, Volkswagen sold over 180,000 units of the Golf, which was the class’ top seller. However, the DS4 did outsell rival Lexus CT 200 (8,419 units) last year.

The report also said the DS5 fared “among the very worst in its segment,” with just 5,738 European sales throughout 2017. A DS spokesman told the British publication that these results were not the main motivator for ending production but that the line-up changes are part of a “new product phase” that has been in motion since the arrival last year of the DS7 Crossback, which is the brand’s current flagship.

“It was always planned that DS4 and DS5 production would end in 2018 as part of this new plan,” the spokesman said. “This plan will also see the reveal of a new all-electric compact model at the Paris Motor Show that will get our electrification plans going.”

On the subject of electrification, the company has already revealed and tested prototypes of the DS7 E-Tense plug-in hybrid, and it’s set for a debut in early 2019. A new pure-electric hatchback, which is believed to be the upcoming DS3, will also be introduced in the future. The spokesman also said these electrified cars would “complement their ranges” instead of being standalone models.

Just recently, DS announced that it plans to launch a new luxury sedan by 2020 that is “comparable to the G30 BMW 5 Series in every way.” The company’s line-up changes will be followed by a heavy restructuring to its dealer network.