Slated for production in 2020, Curtiss is now accepting reservations for its all-electric Zeus motorcycle, which was recently unveiled in Milan.
Curtiss has launched its all-electric Zeus motorcycle. Two new production versions were recently unveiled in Milan. Both variants will feature carved billet aluminium and carbon fibre construction in raw or anodized black finishes.
The entries are slated for production in early 2020. Using a proprietary powertrain system optimised to balance power and performance, the bike has a target range of 280 miles and motor that produces 145 pound-feet of torque, supporting the brand’s push into the space.
The Zeus vehicles will compete directly with Harley-Davidson’s upcoming LiveWire offering. Headquartered in Alabama’s Birmingham, Curtiss aims to lead the charge on sustainable products by crafting some of the finest electric motorcycles to enter the market.