Triumph TE-1 electric bike is done with its final testing phase… Triumph is preparing to reveal all details on July 12…
So, British bike maker, Triumph, have been working on their electric motorcycle prototype named ‘TE-1’ for a while now.
Back in February, they announced the Phase-3 completion of their testing and revealed the first look of the bike to the world. In appearances, the TE-1 electric prototype is based on their ICE powered Speed Triple streetfighter.
Now after 3 months, Triumph have proudly announced the completion of their final phase of testing of their TE-1 electric bike prototype. They have also released a small teaser on their social media, showcasing the prototype being tested on the dynamo.
Triumph TE-1 Phase-4 testing & its Completion
Triumph started the Phase-4 of testing from February of this year.
According to their press communication shared in February, the Phase-4 of testing consisted of Live & real-world testing of the prototype. Initially, the final phase of testing was scheduled to run for at least 6 months.
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However, Triumph Engineers and R&D department have completed the testing within 3 months of starting of the final phase of testing.
Below is the list of various programs that were run in the Phase-4 of testing –
Now, as the final real-world testing has completed, Triumph is proud and confident to share their findings with the world.
They have announced that all relevant details related to their TE-1 electric bike prototype will be shared on July 12. This announcement will include important details such as Performance figures, Range, Charge times and much more.
So set your reminders… It will be interesting to see what the legendary British brand have up their sleeves…