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Motorcycles electric series could be called Trident - electric motorcycle from Triumph

23:50  04 april  2019
23:50  04 april  2019 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Triumph has reportedly filed a number of trademarks for an upcoming Trident line of motorcycles . Multiple sources are reporting that the new line could be Triumph ’s first ever electric motorcycle . Triumph reportedly bringing back the Trident .

Triumph Is Also Building an Electric Motorcycle . The British motorcycle company Triumph has a new program for producing an electric bike. It's calling the research and development plan TE-1, and says that we can expect a powertrain in about two years, presumably with a production bike to follow.

Elektrische Baureihe könnte Trident heißen - Elektromotorrad von Triumph © Triumph

All-electric motorcycles are still skeptical by many motorcyclists. Too little range, too expensive, too little sound are just a few reasons for the rejection. Nevertheless, the two-wheeler sector is also facing the electric revolution. In addition to the smaller providers who already have numerous e-motorcycles on offer, Harley is launching its first e-motorbike with the LiveWire in 2019, Ducati has confirmed that it will build an electric motorcycle.

Different electric concepts conceivable

The British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph may also be considering a purely electrically powered model. In February 2019, the British would email their customers about this topic. Customers should answer the following questions:

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Electric motorcycles are becoming increasingly popular lately, and established motorcycle manufacturers are taking notice. It looks like the latest company to consider charging up their bikes could be Triumph . Is Triumph planning an electric motorcycle ?

An electric Trident will almost certainly be naked, Triumph are too busy with the new Daytona 765 to want to muddy the sportsbike pond too much, it’ll be fast and probably follow on from the Street and Speed Triple range the company already have. Triumph in the modern era are a forward-thinking

Have you ever driven an electric motorcycle? How would you rate this experience on a 1 to 10 scale? Do you own an electric motorcycle? What would stop you from buying an electric motorcycle? Should Triumph build an electrically powered motorcycle?

This customer survey does not necessarily mean that Triumph is building an electrically powered model. But it shows that the British are also dealing with this topic. Triumph could go in a similar direction as Harley and think about other electrically powered two-wheeler concepts from scooters to e-bikes, because opinions are also asked in the survey.

E-motorcycle could be called Trident

Triumph's electric motorcycle rumor is now getting more food through a new patent application. According to information from the British media, the British have had the name "Trident" newly protected. Trident in itself is not new. Various Triumph series were already running under this name. What is new, however, is that the scope of application of the “Trident” brand has been explicitly expanded to include possible use on electric motorcycles.

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