Zeus, Hera, and now Hades, Curtiss Motorcycles seems to work at full speed, no time to waste on its electric motorcycles revolution. Priced at 75,000 USD, Hades is the latest model that still features Curtiss unique design DNA that focuses on futuristic and minimalist design. Hades uses 16.8 kWh battery at a 399 volt to power its proprietary axial motor, it also uses Cascadia Motion PM100 Propulsion Inverter, and at its peak, Hades delivers 217HP.
Hades from Curtiss Motorcycle is designed with 1.75-inch titanium or Chromoly tubular hand welded and machined 6061 aluminum fusion as its chassis. The front suspension is double-wishbone parallelogram fork with machined 6061 aluminum girders and direct-action, it is race-proven RaceTech monoshock and is fully-adjustable for high and low speed compression. The rear suspension features machined 6061 aluminum swingarm with centerline RaceTech monoshock offering two-speed compression. Hades promises astonishing performance.