Triumph, reports that the Triumph TE-1 electric motorcycle is in the final development process. The prototype electric motorcycle soon entered the test after three years of development.
The Triumph TE-1 itself was developed at the Triumph factory in collaboration with Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE), which specializes in batteries and electric motor modules.
The British manufacturer is responsible for body design, while WAE is responsible for the development of high-performance modules and batteries.
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Looking at the design, the Triumph TE-1 is more or less still taking the Triumph Triple design. The front fascia, especially the headlamps, looks more or less similar to the Triumph Triple.
While WAE developed the battery. The company is also responsible for the effect of the center of gravity of the car as well as the cooling of electrical components.
Dyrr Ardash said, WAE’s Head of Strategic Partnerships, said, “After a long period of testing we are very pleased to finally see the work almost done.
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The Triumph TE-1 uses an Integrated Inverter powertrain, which includes an electric motor. The total weight is only 10 kg and is able to accelerate to 174.3 tk in a short time.
Mentioned periodic maximum power reaches 120.7 tk where the Integrated Inverter system has the ability to balance the power of more than 670 tk.
The TE-1 project is funded by the UK Department of Transport for Zero Emissions Vehicles. Testing is expected to be completed by the end of 2022, and official sales are expected to begin in 2024.
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