In 1907, Glenn Curtiss set a land speed record wit ha V8-powered motorcycle at over 136 MPH. Now, Curtiss motorcycles has released the first shots of it's Hera electric motorcycle with a design based on Glenn's record-breaker. The Hera will feature Curtiss' E-Twin battery and motor tech, first seen on the electric Zeus earlier in 2018. The Hera's batteries are arranged in two banks of four, made to resemble a petrol V8. Details are scarce at the moment but expect the Hera to go toe-to-toe with Harley-Davidson's electric motorcycles in the next two years.