According to Bloomberg, BMW AG will roll out the first battery-powered model of its urban Mini brand as part of a broader push to make electric cars more mainstream and counter ambitious plans from rivals Mercedes, VW, Audi and Tesla.

The new Mini is set to hit the market in 2019 and will be followed in 2020 by a battery-powered version of the BMW X3 sport utility vehicle, CEO Harald Krueger said Friday in an interview, with both new electric models having a “competitive” driving ranges and prices, Krueger said.

The new Mini and BMW vehicles broaden the company’s electric-car push as rivals are now catching up, but believe “competitors are now in phase one on their electric strategy, while we’re entering phase two,” said Krueger. “We’re already well on our way to electrifying the core portfolio, using powertrain technology from BMW i.”