The Project Triumph TE-1 electric motorcycle prototype could be the most extreme yet, with an 22-pound Integral Powertrain motor that generates 174 hp, paired with a 360-volt WAE battery pack capable of producing up to 228 hp. Its 15 kWH battery is good for approximately 124-miles on a full charge, but this has yet to be confirmed by the company. There’s also an advanced silicon carbide switch technology in the inverter that reduces losses in the inverter and results in greater drivetrain efficiency. Read more for a video and additional information.
The company’s all-new advanced vehicle control software incorporates all the electrical systems to ensure intuitive throttle response, regenerative braking, traction control and every other dimension that a customer would expect from a high-performance Triumph motorcycle. A complete, rideable bike is expected to hit the road later this year.
- The model includes a 2-speed gearbox, a first for LEGO Technic motorcycle models, and front and rear suspension for realistic movement
- Features great attention to detail, with attributes from the original, like realistic turning front wheel and front and back disc brakes
- Discover how the gearbox activates the V4-cylinder engine and feel the smooth ride of different driving techniques with the 2-speed action
- Designed for Lego 42107,with this light kit, you can bring your Lego Ducati Panigale V4 R from dark to bright, make it come to life.
- Please note that only LED light set. All LEGO sets showed in images and videos are not included.
- Package contains dot lights, expansion boards, connecting cables, battery holder(batteries not included), adhesive squares, and instruction.
The completion of Phase 2, and the promising results achieved to date, provide an exciting glimpse of the potential electric future and showcase the talent and innovation of this unique British collaboration. Without doubt the outcome of this project will play a significant part in our future efforts to meet our customer’s ambition and desire to reduce their environmental impact and for more sustainable transportation. This important project will provide one of the foundations for our future electric motorcycle strategy, which is ultimately focused on delivering what riders want from their Triumph; the perfect balance of performance, handling, and real-world usability, with genuine Triumph character,” said Nick Bloor, Triumph CEO.