We’re here to tell you that the day has finally come; at this very moment, the TE-1’s potential is being converted to future Triumph production models, thanks to a few teams’ worth of brainpans – though Triumph’s Chief Product Officer, Steve Sargent, is still keeping any juicy cards pretty close to his chest.
“We have bikes on the drawing board now that the guys are starting to develop,” states Sargent in a report from MCN.
“A lot of the guys who have been working on [the TE-1] are moving on to our production electric vehicles.”
To recap, Integral Powertrain Ltd. was responsible for the TE-1’s magnificant 13kW/kg and 9kW/kg peak and power densities, while it was Williams Advanced Engineering (WAM) who was responsible for the battery’s potential to reach a 0-80% recharge in just 20 minutes. If these guys/gals are working on Triumph’s future electric models, we’re likely in for multiple variants of braap.