Elon Musk last week gave us quite the shocker by unexpectedly revealing the new Tesla Roadster alongside the automaker’s first-ever semi truck.

The sports car, which features off-the-charts performance numbers, is due to arrive in 2020.

While we all come down from the high of having a proper Tesla sports car in our midst in a few years from now, let’s look into the five facts about this car that stand out most to us.

Unrivaled 0-60 mph Time

An expected 0-60 time of 1.9 seconds for this second generation Roadster means it will be the quickest production car ever made. Three motors will provide 7,376 pound-feet of thrust to make all this possible. In addition, the car is expected to hit the quarter mile in 8.9 seconds and hit a top speed of at least 250 mph. We can only hope Tesla also provides tires that can handle all this immense force. Unstated is curb weight or expected lateral acceleration and thus cornering capability which add up to a well-rounded true sports car that can lap a track or traverse a fast road competitively.

Very Good Driving Range

It seems like with this Roadster, you will be able to repeatedly mat the accelerator as much as you want for long stretches of time. An announced 620 mile range on a single charge ensures this sports car can be driven for a reasonable amount of time before it needs to be recharged. It has a large 200 kWh battery pack enabling this impressive claimed range.

All-wheel Drive Powertrain

This second generation Roadster will be equipped with all-wheel drive as standard. It seems possible you’ll be able to drive this sports coupe year-round, even if you live in the northern U.S. states or another region which experiences inclement weather in the fall and winter months.

Not Just a Two Seater

Unlike many other coupes, the Tesla Roadster will have seating for four. Specific measurements for rear seat space were not provided but just from looking at the vehicle, we expect rear seat accommodations to be for the bold and adventurous who are willing to fit in really tight spaces.

It Will Be Quite Pricey

Compared to its predecessor, this second generation Roadster will burn more of a hole in your wallet. Base price starts at $200,000. To get a reservation for the car will mean $50,000 from you. For those who can’t contain their excitement for long, an exclusive Roadster Founders Series will be available for $250,000. Most regular folk will have to opt for a performance version of the Model 3 if they want a fast, Tesla-badged EV.

A version of this article first appeared at AutoGuide.com.