Curtiss Motorcycles announced that it is now accepting reservations for their highly anticipated all-electric Zeus motorcycle. The American brand unveiled two new production versions of Zeus at the EICMA show in Milan.
Both Zeus models will feature carved billet aluminum and carbon fiber construction and can be had in either raw or anodized black finishes. Pricing is set at $60,000 for both models, which can be reserved with a 10 percent ($6,000) pre-payment. Both Zeus models are slated for production in early 2020.
Utilizing a proprietary powertrain system optimized to balance power and range, the Zeus models have a target range of 280 miles (450km) and produce 145 pound-feet of torque from a 140kW motor.
These production Zeus models are expected to compete head-on with Harley-Davidson’s upcoming all-electric LiveWire.