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Amid the glitz and glamour of Monterey’s annual Car Week, Curtiss Motorcycles (CMOT) announced its upcoming all-electric flagship model named Hera. Hera joins Zeus as Curtiss continues its lineup of Hellenic “Hot Rod Gods.” Only, in this case, it’s a Goddess. Speaking to motoring enthusiasts and media at a hangar in Monterey, Curtiss Chairman and CEO Matt Chambers said, “With Hera, we set out to create the world’s most luxurious motorcycle.
Before a crowd of motorcycle enthusiasts and media at The Quail Motorcycle Gathering in Carmel, California, Curtiss Motorcycles unveiled its vision for a new golden age of American motorcycling - one based on sustainability, minimalism, and fun.
Hours after its debut, judges at California’s prestigious The Quail Motorcycle Gathering selected the highly anticipated Curtiss Zeus as the show’s “Most Innovative Motorcycle.” Among the judges were legendary motorcycle designer Craig Vetter and motorcycle tastemaker Paul d’Orleans. The Curtiss Zeus Concept Prototype was among several electric motorcycles on display at the exclusive event in Carmel, California, but the concept from the Birmingham, Alabama-based startup stole the show.
For the first time in over 100 years, a new Curtiss Motorcycle is hitting the streets. Sharing a name with its famous World War II fighter plane ancestor, the new Warhawk pays homage to the man who invented the first American V-Twin motorcycle – Glenn Curtiss.
As the rebranding from Confederate Motors Inc. to Curtiss Motorcycle Company, Inc. continues, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority announced today that the company’s common stock symbol has changed from CFED to CMOT.