The Japanese carmaker is planning to sell 2,000 of its latest model, the CRV, by the end of 2020, according to a report from Japanese media.
The news comes just weeks after it announced it would be selling a total of 5,000 CRVs to date.
The Japanese carmakers’ latest model of the CR-V, called the CRZ, is designed to be an affordable entry-level SUV.
It features a range of safety features, including a heated driver seat, heated front seats, a heated rear-view mirror and a rearview camera.
A Japanese government agency has approved the sale of up to 4,000 vehicles, according the Nikkei Asian Review.
The company also plans to sell 1,000 new CRVs, it said.
The CRV has been popular in Japan for some time, as well as in the United States and Europe, where it has also been popular among those looking for a sporty car.
Japan’s top sales agency, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, has also said it expects Honda to sell 4,500 new CRV models this year, making it the largest automaker to sell a car in a year.
Last year, Honda sold nearly 7,000 cars.