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Triumph TE-1 Prototype featuring Williams Advanced Engineering battery system  

Triumph Motorcycles’ TE-1 prototype – a collaboration, between Triumph Motorcycles, Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE), Integral Powertrain and WMG – promises more power for longer, outstanding performance, faster charging and optimised bike handling.

The Williams battery pack incorporates dedicated cell packaging for optimum centre of gravity, vehicle control unit, DCDC converter, integrated cooling, charge port, and styled carbon covers. The all-new WAE-developed powertrain could set new standards for electric bike performance, with class-leading power, efficiency, charging time and range.

The battery has peak power of 170kW and continuous power of 90kW, with a capacity of 15kWh. This enables the motorbike to deliver 130kW of peak power and 80kW of continuous power. The 360-volt system also enables a fast-charging time of under 20mins (0-80%). The demonstrator bike is now undergoing final battery level validation and calibration.

“Following an extended period of testing, we are thrilled to finally see the results of our work on a physical bike. By working with the team at Triumph, we have continued to push the boundaries of battery technology, keeping the rider in mind at all times” said Dyrr Ardash, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Williams Advanced Engineering. “Because we have designed the battery from the ground-up, design has not been compromised and we have been able to maximise the potential of cutting edge technology, offering both performance and all important, range”.

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