Are you ready for an electric Porsche SUV? You better be, as CarAdvice reports that the next-generation Macan – set to go on sale in four to five years’ time – will only be available in EV form, as the iconic sports car maker chases for higher sales of zero-emissions vehicles.

The news was confirmed by Porsche CEO Oliver Blume, according to the Australian publication, which cited the German business magazine Manager Magazin. The company is reportedly targeting as much as 50% of sales to be made up of electric vehicles, with planned annual production capacity of 60,000 EVs at its plant in Zuffenhausen.

This will include the production version of the Mission E Concept sedan that will go on sale in 2019, along with an electric coupé-cum-SUV expected around one or two years after. Blume previously said that the company projected to sell 20,000 units of the Mission E alone.

Porsche’s ambitious target would put it ahead of other established carmaker, noted CarAdvice – its parent company Volkswagen, for example, only expects a quarter of its total sales to be made up of electric vehicles by 2025.

The Mission E, its first production EV, will be the real litmus test of the technology. Projected figures include 600 hp from twin electric motors, a zero-to-100 km/h sprint time of 3.5 seconds and a range of over 500 km, with a Turbo Charging system providing more than 400 km of range in just 15 minutes.