Made from the ashes of Confederate Motorcycles, Curtiss Motorcycles brings its new two-wheeled creation.
It is a current model named Hades, by the Greek god of the dead and the king of the underworld.
This motorcycle is the work of famed designer JT Nesbit, the man who celebrated Confederate with the lines you see, and the new Hades is provocative, unconventional and certainly, alluring.
On the technical side, too, the model is interesting. Although details have not been finalized, Curtiss cites 2017 hp and 200 Nm of maximum torque. It is worth noting that the battery stores 16.8 kWh of energy from a system of almost 400 volts.
The company said Hades could start production as of next year, with a price tag of around €68,000.
For that money, future buyers will get carbon BST rims, a machined aluminum fork and a RaceTech shock absorber. Last suspension also uses the RaceTech shock absorber, while the brakes are Beringer.
For now, Hades only exists as a concept, as the company strives to provide the means for a smooth business. We would certainly like to see them succeed because we would love to see a machine like this on the streets.