CAMPAGNA MOTORS LAUNCHES SPECIAL 20TH ANNIVERSARY LIMITED-EDITION T-REX
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the T-REX, Campagna Motors is launching a BMW-powered limited anniversary edition. Only 20 units of the high-end model will be produced worldwide, each with a unique number between 01 and 20.
“After 20 years, the T-REX is still the three-wheel vehicle of reference, thanks to our innovative approach, unparalleled styling, and the exciting, unmatched level of performance they provide. This special edition T-REX is a prime example of what I mean,” said André Morissette, president of Campagna Motors.
A VERY SPECIAL EDITION WITH VERY SPECIAL FEATURES
The 20th anniversary special edition respects the essence of the T-REX by offering a one-of-a-kind high-performance limited-edition vehicle.
This T-REX model is a real standout with its entirely red chassis, bodywork with distinctive two-tone design, black rims, leather-wrapped steering wheel and an authentic Campagna “carbon kit”. The T-REX 20thanniversary commemorative logo (in French in recognition of its Quebec roots) is permanently positioned to various key locations: laser engraved on the dashboard’s multi-controller button, on a special motor plate and embossed in the custom leather seats.
This edition is powered by a 160-hp 6-cylinder inline BMW engine and features an adjustable Campagna Stage 5 suspension, a high-performance braking system and an engine plate with its own exclusive ventilation system. Suggested retail price is $69,999.
REDEFINING THE SPORTS DRIVING EXPERIENCE
The Campagna Motors story began in the late 1980s with Daniel Campagna’s vision of a comfortable street-legal vehicle delivering exhilarating acceleration and precision handling. Before commissioning renowned automotive designer Paul Deutschman to give a unique design to the frame, Campagna developed a vehicle with an amazing power-to-weight ratio and outstanding driving dynamics. The result was the critically acclaimed T-REX. Campagna Motors innovations have since then respected these fundamental principles.
1988 Daniel Campagna creates the Concept 3
1994 Body design by Paul Deutschman
1995 Launch of the T-REX with Suzuki® engine
1999 Launch of the T-REX 1100 with Kawasaki® engine
2001 Entry into the US market
2002 Launch of the T-REX 1200 with Kawasaki engine
2006 Certification by Transport Canada
2007 Launch of T-REX 1400 with Kawasaki engine
2008 Takeover of the company by André Morissette and David Neault and relocation of the plant in Boucherville
2009 Entry into the Japanese market
2010 Launch of T-REX 14RR®
2011 Launch of V13R® with Harley-Davidson® engine
2012 Strategic agreement with BMW®
2013 Launch of the T-REX 16STM with BMW engine
2014 Launch of the T-REX 16SPTM with BMW engine
2015 Launch of the T-REX 20th Anniversary special edition