"As part of the expansion plan, we plan to launch nine models, a combination of refreshed and new models, in the next three years," Fiat Chrysler India Operations President and Managing Director Nagesh Basavanhalli told reporters.
The company would start launching the new products from this year and will go on for the next three years, he said without divulging details.
Besides Fiat, models from other brands like Chrysler and Abarth would be launched, Basavanhalli said.
The company has already announced that the iconic Jeep model from Chrysler stable will be launched in India in the last quarter of this calendar year.
Commenting on increasing market share, he said: "We have less than one per cent currently (in India), which we plan to double each year for the next three years."
The Indian passenger vehicles market, including cars, stood at 26.86 lakh units in 2012-13, according to SIAM data.
The company plans to launch four models from Fiat, four from Chrysler brand and one model from Abarth marquee in the next three years, Basavanhalli said.
He added that the company would like to tap growth in SUV segment, apart from premium hatchback and midsized sedans segment.
As parts of expansion, Fiat India is also looking to widen its dealership network in the country.
"Currently, we have 70 exclusive dealers across India. This number will go up to 100 by the end of this year," Basavanahalli said.