The road to the debut of the Porsche Taycan is a long one, and it first began with the Mission E Concept that was revealed way back in 2015. However, come September, the company’s first fully electric sports car will be revealed, and here are some sketches to give you some idea what it might look like.

These sketches were posted by members on the Taycan Forum after they were discovered in an email sent by Porsche to prospective customers. Up until now, more than 20,000 people around the world have agreed to register their interest by paying a downpayment of 2,500 euros.

Based on the sketches, the final design looks to be more aggressive than the concept vehicle, with sharper bumpers that are complemented by a prominent splitter and rear diffuser.

While there’s clear semblance to the Mission E, it is worth nothing that the front wheel arches are less expressive lower by comparison. We should also expect the rear suicide doors to be replaced with more conventional-opening ones, as we’ve seen in photos of working prototypes.

Porsche previously stated that the Taycan would get two permanently synchronous motors (PSM) that provides a total system output of over 600 PS (590 hp or 440 kW). The zero to 100 km/h sprint is claimed to be under 3.5 seconds, while the run to 200 km/h is below 12 seconds.

The EV is capable of providing a range of 500 km on a single charge (NEDC), and with fast charging on its 800-volt system, 100 km of range is available after just four minutes of charging. An earlier report states three variants will be available, namely the Taycan, Taycan 4S and Taycan Turbo.

The good news is the Taycan will be coming to our part of the world, with an official launch slated to take place in 2020 to coincide with the brand’s expansion here – there will be four Porsche Centres spread across the country by the time the Taycan arrives.

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