Triumph is making some big moves in the electric motorcycle space and they've enlisted the help of Williams Advanced Engineering to get their electric powertrain absolutely perfect. Called Project TE-1, the company is deep into the development of their electric powertrain program and they have also offered a look at what the final bike could look like. Designed to deliver consistent power and faster charging, the battery system features a peak power of 170kW and a continuous power of 90kW with a capacity of 15kWh. This allows for the bike to produce a peak power of 130kW and 80kW of continuous power while using a 360-volt system that can charge to 80% capacity in a little under 20 minutes.
The two-year project is now in the third phase of its four-phase program and a release for a production motorcycle has not yet been announced.