among which


I’m not sure about the preposition in the sentence below. Among which or of which? Which one is correct here and why?

By 2018, Company A will increase its number of car models to more than 60, among/of which the most anticipated ones are hybrids.

Thank you.


‘of which’ would be usual there, though ‘among’ is not impossible.

Thank you for your quick reply, Beees.

Could you clarify the difference between them? Will they change the meaning of the sentence?