Curtiss Motorcycles' recent revamp from big v-twin engines to electric powertrains is nearly complete, with the Zeus and Hades beginning production. Before those start rolling off the line, Curtiss has debuted another version of the Hades, the Hades 1 Pure. The stripped-down 1 Pure keeps the suspension and swingarm from the Hades, but tweaks the CNC'd aluminum frame to a pair of side plates bolted to a central backbone tube that connects to the bullet-shaped battery pack. The seat and knee grips have been changed, along with the foot controls and fenders, and the swingarm and lower front suspension pieces are now carbon fiber. The 217 horsepower, 147 ft-lb of torque electric motor is unchanged, with performance and range figures similar to the base Hades. Production on the Hades 1 Pure is scheduled to start Spring 2020.