The Panther, which made its debut at EICMA 2019, definitely stakes a claim in the “electric cruiser” category. The swoopy, futuristic style also incorporates a big fairing, scooped two-piece seat, wide handlebars, and forward-mounted floorboards. Probably the most traditionally-styled bike of this bunch, the Panther is low and long with a 65 inch wheelbase, and in keeping with time-honored cruiser tradition, isn’t exactly high-powered; motor output is pegged at 45kW (60 hp), but at least the bike tops out at a highway-capable 80 mph (130 kph) and hits 100 miles (160 kilometers) of range on a single charge. You can choose from three ride modes on the 7-inch display, and the battery can fast-charge in 30 minutes, to 80 percent of capacity, with a full charge in six to eight hours (we don’t know its capacity). The Panther brings dual brake discs up front, and dual-channel ABS is standard too. Mass production is expected to begin in the first half of 2020. Based on the specs, we’d expect price to be somewhere in the low to mid-$20,000s.