Ford Motor Company is planning battery-electric versions of the entire Lincoln lineup. This plan would be more aggressive than previously announced plans for Lincoln’s electrification journey.

Citing anonymous sources, Reuters reports Ford is planning an EV to supplement or replace the Lincoln Corsair, Nautilus, Aviator and Navigator. This plan would begin to materialize in 2025, when the first of the four is expected to launch. The first will be about the size of the current Aviator and be produced at Ford’s Oakville, Ontario assembly plant. Ford has already announced a $1.8 billion investment into the plant to produce EVs, so this venue makes sense.

Electric replacements for the Corsair and Nautilus are expected sometime in 2025 or 2026, but plans have not been finalized according to the report. These two models could also be produced in Oakville. The smaller models will likely be produced on a new version of the Mustang Mach-E’s platform. Ford has previously discussed the notion of using the Mach-E’s platform to underpin a Lincoln product and it has largely been expected since the Mach-E’s launch.

Finally, Lincoln will ultimately get an electrified Navigator in 2026. This EV will be built on the same platform that will underpin the next-generation F-150 Lightning.

Despite this more robust EV plan in the long run for Lincoln, the brand is expected to debut its first EV later this year. Thus far few details are known about this first Lincoln EV, but odds are it will be based on the current Mustang Mach-E.