If you were to take a classic Steve McQueen 1960's style Triumph enduro motorcycle (today called the Bonneville) and recreate it into a modern electric motorcycle, you would probably end up looking very close to the Tarform Scrambler and Tarform Racer electric motorcycles. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/3025924735551149/
The styling cues of the chrome spoked wheels, dirt bike tires, naked style forks, flat seat that blends transparently into the gas tank and low / short handlebars. But that's where the comparison would end.
The Tarform styling and engineering has taken the best of traditional 'what-works' and combined it with what is technically revelant and modern such as a single swing arm and single rear shock, belt driven rear wheel connected to an in-chassis electric motor.
As typical with all electric motorcycles, the heart of the mass is (as you'd expect) - batteries. And there is also more modern conveniences and features such as :
What also makes this brand unique is the attention to sustainable materials in reduction (or elimination) of plastics and materials that go well with renewables and organic materials. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/06/business/electric-motorcycle-tarform.html
Performance is typical with 120 mile range, a tops speed of 90+ mph, 0 to 60 in 3.8 seconds, as well as an 80% charge in under an hour. And the price is within reach at $24K, but as with most things early adoption is expensive, but still within reach for those who truly want 1 of only 55 made for 2021 (as a 2020 model).
So if you haven't already seen or heard of the Tarform bike, be sure to take a look and see for yourself. https://www.tarform.com/