The Porsche Mission E was just seen wandering the streets not too long ago, and now it finally gets to breathe hot air at the Green Hell. Well, not quite literally that, because the Mission E is an all-electric car, primed with the company’s latest zero emissions tech to take on the Tesla Model S.

Things seem to be shaping up real well for the pure-electric model, donning proportions much closer to the current crop of Porsches, although it’d be weird driving a car bearing the Stuttgart crest without so much of an exhaust note. Interestingly, the black unit here features two exhaust outlets, but a closer look reveals that the “tailpipes” are just cosmetic add-ons and non-functional.

In terms of mechanics, what we know so far is that the Mission E, in concept form, makes about 600 hp. Power is produced by two permanent magnet synchronous motors that power all four wheels, drawing juice from a lithium-ion battery pack that’s built into the floorpan, between the two axles.

According to Porsche, the car boasts a cruising range of over 500 km, and a 15-minute charge through the high-output (800 volt, 359 kw) Porsche Turbo Charging stations provide up to 400 km of range. It’s fast too, sprinting from zero to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds and 200 km/h in 12 seconds. Apparently, it’s capable of lapping the Nurburgring in under eight minutes!

The Mission E is set to debut in 2019 and will be sold in a number of variants of similar fashion to the current Porsche line-up strategy. Much like the 911, the Mission E will get a base model, S, and GTS versions, Porsche boss Oliver Blume told Car Magazine. Pricing wise, expect it to match the Panamera‘s starting figure.