Curtiss isn't laying down in its effort to remake itself as an electric motorcycle manufacturer. The Zeus electric motorcycle was showcased just a year ago, and Curtiss is back already with a redesign that's as much rolling sculpture as transportation. The Zeus Radial V8 plays tribute to the internal combustion heritage of Glenn Curtiss' motorcycles by artfully arranging the battery packs in two rows of four cylinders, mimicking a V8 motor. The design is also functional, allowing for better cooling, helped by an arching frame and electric motor that mounts at the swingarm pivot. Curtiss claims 217 horsepower and 147 lb-ft of torque from the motor and expects to launch the Zeus Radial V8 in 2020.