The wait is over…Triumph’s TE-1 electric motorcycle prototype has finally been revealed, and it’s being co-developed by Williams Advanced Engineering. Integral Powertrain is developing the powertrain, complete with its revolutionary inverter concept.
Why is Integral Powertrain’s inverter concept revolutionary? Well, it is scalable by tuning the number of silicon-carbide power stages for different diameter motors, which means it’s capable of producing over 670 hp. However, this TE-1 prototype is limited to around 174 hp, but the production model should be able to reach 600+ hp peak power. As for charging, 360-volt electrics technology enables it to be charged from 0-80% in less than 10-minutes. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability.
- UL 2272 certification ensures Ninebot S meets high standards for fire and electrical safety. The Smart Battery Management System provides reliable battery performance. IP54 waterproof protection ensures operation in various weathers.
- Sturdy & Powerful : Ninebot S is compact, weighting just 28 lbs with a max load of 220 lbs. Thanks to the dual 400W motors, it can easily reach a max speed of 10 mph. A single fully charged battery can run up to 13.7 miles, climbing a max slope of 15°
- Road Adaptive Design : 10.5" pneumatic tires provide a comfortable and smoother ride on bumpy roads. Knee control bar allows for precise steering and easy lifting. Applicable Age 16 – 50 years. Applicable Height - 3.11 – 6.6 Inch.
It has been truly exciting to see the progress made during phase 3 of Project Triumph TE-1 with the final prototype motorcycle now going into real life testing. Everyone involved at Triumph is proud to have been part of this innovative British collaboration. Personally, I am thrilled with the results we have already achieved with our partners, and the exciting preview of the potential electric future to come. We look forward to continuing the ambitious and innovative work on the TE-1 demonstrator prototype through the live testing phase and sharing the outcome with Triumph fans across the world,” said Nick Bloor, Triumph CEO.