Curtiss Motorcycles ventures deeper into the electric motorcycle field after its debut of the Hera with the new Zeus Bobber. Continuing with its hyper-futuristic design, the Zeus Bobber resembles a vehicle that could be used on the set of Bladerunner or Tron; with its modular-looking design featuring sleek curves in glossy black. Built with an aluminium frame and solid carbon wheels, the electric bike is as strong as it is light — weighing at only 475 pounds. The suspension system is fully adjustable for both racing and commuting, so it can be set up for any riding occasion. Its lithium-ion battery pack can push the vehicle up to 280 miles, while its electric motor generates 190 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque, clocking in 0-62 mph in a mere 2.1 seconds.
The Curtiss Motorcycles Zeus Bobber is now available for orders with a price tag of $60,000 USD, and production is expected to begin in early 2020. Head over to Curtiss Motorcycles’ website to make an order now.
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