Curtiss is remaking itself as an electric motorcycle company, phasing out the v-twin engines on bikes like the Warhawk in favor of their own electric motors and battery packs. The Zeus will be their first electric production bike, and despite the photos, it isn't a concept. Built on a sleek aluminum frame, the Zeus will ride on solid carbon fiber wheels, with 190 horsepower and 280 miles of range. Curtiss claims a 0-62 time of 2.1 seconds and a fully adjustable suspension that can be set for road or track. The bike is expected to roll off the assembly line in 2020, with a $6,000 deposit making sure you get yours.