It’s official. The 2020 Porsche Taycan will be making its world debut on September 4, and the all-electric sports car has already amassed nearly 30,000 bookings worldwide. In fact, reports suggest that the Taycan will go on to outsell the brand’s most iconic model, the Porsche 911.

The entry-level Taycan will get two permanently synchronous electric motors to provide a total system output of over 440 kW (600 PS). That allows the EV to sprint from zero to 100 km/h in under 3.5 seconds, while the run to 200 km/h is achieved below 12 seconds.

A full charge provides a driving range of up to 500 km (based on NEDC cycle), and with fast charging on its 800-volt system, 100 km of range is available after just four minutes of charging. Up to three variants may be available, including 4S and Turbo models.

Regardless of the variant of your choosing, Porsche promises repeatable performance thanks to its 800-volt technology and thermal management system. A pre-series prototype with 600 PS and all-wheel drive was recently put through the Sprint Challenge, which saw it accelerate from 0 to 200 km/h 26 times in succession.

More importantly, the time difference between the fastest and slowest sprint attempts was just 0.8 seconds, whereas the average 0-200 km/h acceleration time was just under 10 seconds. Say what you will, but this is clearly some state-of-the-art stuff, and it’s coming to Malaysia in 2020. Who’s excited?