"Based on the plan, at least 35% of Iran Khodro's products will be exported to the target markets by (the Iranian year of) 1404 (2025) and the annual production will stand at 1.5mln cars by then," Head of Iran Khodro's Public Relations and International Affairs Ali Mesrian told reporters in Tehran on Tuesday.
He said that the giant company also plans to export 15% of its products to the global market by 2015.
Iran's state-owned Iran Khodro is the largest carmaker in the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa, with an annual production of more than one million vehicles of various models, including cars, trucks, minibuses and buses.
IKCO is also ramping up exports as it builds a global presence outside Iran.
The company builds more than half a million passenger vehicles a year, and officials have said they want to boost annual production to more than a million vehicles and hike exports to more than 600,000 by 2016.
IKCO in the past two years has also begun kit assemblies in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Venezuela and Argentina, with plans to add assembly in Egypt, Vietnam and China in the next year or two.