Charge Cars will debut an all-electric Mustang speedster, that has more power and torque than the original 1964 Ford model it is based on. A prototype of the all-electric Mustang will be unveiled at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Cnet reported.

The iconic muscle car is rated 536 horsepower, which is powered by a 64-kWh battery with a 200-mile driving range. It has 800 pounds per feet of torque and can hit zero to 63 mph in 3.99 sections, according to the company’s website. Top speed on the vehicle is 149 mph with 50 kW DC power charging.

Inside the vehicle, is the retro styling of a traditional 1964 Mustang with the addition of a large touchscreen tablet on the dash. Drivers can select drive and suspension mode as well as all-wheel and rear-wheel drive. Exteriors of the vehicle share the same design as the original Mustang models.

Charge Cars is limiting sales of the all-electric Mustang to 499 vehicles with reservations being taken now. Cost of the car starts at £ 300,000 or approximately $380,000. Models are expected to start arriving in September, the company said.

“Our fully electric Mustang is built not only on cutting-edge technology and expertise but immense passion—from our love of preserving iconic design to our belief in an emission-free future,” Charge CEO Vadim Shagaleev told Yahoo.