This isn't science fiction! You'll be able to buy this bike in just a few months! If you can afford it...
We have practically gotten used to electric cars by now. But electric bikes have yet to experience their boom. However, their popularity has already began to grow. It might not take long before they dominate the roads.
Apple fans, jump for joy!
The unique motorcycle called Curtis Zeus comes from the North American manufacturer Confederate Motorcycles, which is famous for designing very specific limited series. In addition to its electric drive, this luxury machine can dazzle you with modern technology. Fans of all things Apple will come into their own. In front of the driver, there is a spot reserved for your iPad, which will be tasked with displaying not only the route but also the current status of the battery and approximate travel time.
A stunning design and performance
The luxury motorcycle, which is equipped with a pair of electric motors, should achieve a torque of up to 197 Nm, which is quite something, and a power of 140 kW (190 hp). These values are expected to ensure acceleration from zero to 100 km/h in 2.1 seconds, and the range on a single charge should be up to about 450 km. But an amazing engine is not the only thing that makes Zeus Bobber truly exceptional. Its design futuristic look is sure to attract everyone on first sight. It can easily happen that people will think they've stepped into a science fiction SCI-FI movie when this motorcycle wheezes past them.
If you're a fan of futuristic design, you're going to love this bike. Zeus Bobber is minimalist, elegant, and its black color lends it sophisticated charm. Looking at its smooth lines, shiny surfaces and large carbon wheels will make your pulse jump up. What's more, with an extra light weight of 215 kg and great adhesion to the surface, a ride on this beauty will seem to you like a dream.
Curtiss Zeus is to be produced in a series of 36 pieces. The base price is set at $ 60,000, which is approximately CZK 1,500,000. Its production is planned for 2020.