Triumph has entered the latest phase in the development of its electric motorcycle program with the reveal of the TE-1 prototype. A collaboration between Williams Advanced Engineering, Integral Powertrain Ltd., and WMG at the University of Warwick, the TE-1 showcases the bike's final chassis and final drive system that includes a transmission, Gates Carbon belt drive, electronics, Öhlins USD cartridge forks, a prototype Öhlins RSU, Brembo M50 monoblock calipers, Triumph motorcycle control software, and the final iteration of the prototype battery pack from Williams. The next phase of development includes road and track testing, calibrating the performance and handling of the TE-1 in the real world.
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