It’s safe to say that Mazda’s lineup is teeming with crossovers right now. Not only does it have three core models to suit every market – the CX-3, CX-5 and CX-9 – but it’s also got the seven-seater CX-8 and the made-for-China CX-4 “coupé”. Now, the company is about to introduce two more SUVs, both of which will be sold in the United States, according to Automotive News.

According to the publication, one of these is set to be introduced at the Geneva Motor Show next month and is rumoured to be the next-generation CX-3. The other is a completely new model that will be built at Mazda’s new plant in Huntsville, Alabama, currently under construction.

Mazda North American Operations CEO Masahiro Moro did not reveal details of the second model, only telling reporters at last week’s Chicago Auto Show that it will be “a new crossover SUV which is exclusively designed for the North American market.” The company is currently finalising the vehicle concept, he said.

Moro added that production at the Alabama facility will kick off in the middle of 2021, adding 150,000 units of crossovers to Mazda’s capacity. The industry publication said that the addition of the two crossovers could boost US sales significantly, pointing out that the CX-5 made up more than half of the brand’s sales. The midsize offering registered 150,622 sales last year, compared to total sales of 300,325 units.