The British manufacturer is starting the testing phase of the TE-1 electric platform project, on the basis of which various electric cycles will be developed.
At the moment, not many details are known about the new Triumph TE-1 project. The completion of the third phase marks the end of the collaboration between Triumph, Williams Advanced Engineering (WAM), Integral Powertrain Ltd. and WMG (University of Warwick), while the project itself is funded by OZEV (Office for Zero-Emission Vehicles through Innovate UK).
Who did what?
Triumph: development of the final version of the frame, tidy, panels, transmission, carbon belt drive and electronics. The company’s engineers used an Ohlins inverted fork, Ohlins RSU prototype, Brembo M50 calipers.
WAM: mainly focused on a battery with optimal balance and a good center of gravity. They also supplied the control box, DCDC converter, built-in cooling, charging port, stylish carbon covers.
Integral Powertrain Ltd.: Delivered Final Powertrain Prototype with Scalable Integrated Inverter and Combined Motor with Silicon Carbide Switching Technology and Integrated Cooling
WMG (UW): The University of Warwick has been testing and making sure the prototype meets standards and requirements.
The road tests are planned to be completed by summer!