Triumph's first effort to enter the electric motorcycle market is getting very close to seeing the road, thanks to the help of Williams Advanced Engineering. The branch of the Williams F1 team is lending its expertise to Project TE-1 in the form of battery, motor, and software controls with the aim of eliminating compromised performance at low battery power levels. This is helped by an extremely lightweight package making use of cutting-edge materials. Power consistency and fast charge times are critical, and the TE-1 makes use of a 360-volt system that can charge to 80% in under 20 minutes. The bike has entered the second phase of its four-year cycle, with Triumph not announcing any production dates yet.