European transport experts say the number of electric car models available to consumers is expected to triple by 2021.
The introduction of electric cars has been stalling, due to lack of charging infrastructure and higher prices.
Latest data shows car makers will offer 214 electric car models in 2021, up from 60 models at the end of 2018.
Analysis by the European Federation for Transport and Environment indicates that car manufacturers are now ready to embrace car electrification.
The agency has projected that car makers will bring 92 fully electric models and 118 plug-in hybrid models to the market in 2021.
The biggest electric car production plants will be in Germany, France, Spain and Italy while 16 large-scale lithium-ion battery cell plants are due to begin operations in Europe by 2023.