Automotive

Campagna marks T-REX 20th anniversary with BMW-powered limited edition

Each of the new T-REXes may not be one of a kind, but they will be one of just 20
Each of the new T-REXes may not be one of a kind, but they will be one of just 20
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Each of the new T-REXes may not be one of a kind, but they will be one of just 20
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Each of the new T-REXes may not be one of a kind, but they will be one of just 20
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a distinctive high-gloss red chassis
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a distinctive high-gloss red chassis
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a two-tone black body
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a two-tone black body
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features custom black aluminum wheels
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features custom black aluminum wheels
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features grey leather seats
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features grey leather seats
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a 160-hp 6-cylinder inline BMW engine
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a 160-hp 6-cylinder inline BMW engine
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features Campagna's Stage 5 suspension, which the driver can adjust to suit different road conditions or payloads
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features Campagna's Stage 5 suspension, which the driver can adjust to suit different road conditions or payloads
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features what is described as Campagna’s newest and best braking system
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features what is described as Campagna’s newest and best braking system
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a quick-release leather-wrapped steering wheel
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features a quick-release leather-wrapped steering wheel
The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features some carbon fiber components
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The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX features some carbon fiber components
The cockpit of the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX
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The cockpit of the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX
Each vehicle will be numbered from 01 to 20
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Each vehicle will be numbered from 01 to 20

It may seem hard to believe, but Campagna Motors' three-wheeled high-performance T-REX has been around for 20 years now. To mark the occasion, the Montreal-based company is producing a special 20th Anniversary edition of the vehicle. If you want one, though, you'd better act fast – only 20 are being made.

So, what makes this T-REX different than the others that have come before it?

For starters, it has a distinctive high-gloss red chassis and two-tone black body, that's punctuated with a 20th Anniversary logo in various locations (including the upholstery). It also features some carbon fiber components, custom black aluminum wheels, grey leather seats, and a quick-release leather-wrapped steering wheel.

The cockpit of the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX
The cockpit of the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX

Power is provided by a 160-hp 6-cylinder inline BMW engine, while stopping is handled by what is described as Campagna’s newest and best braking system – its features include steel braided brake lines and disk brakes that are ventilated and cross-drilled. Although no performance specs have been provided, the vehicle reportedly has "an astounding power-to-weight ratio."

Bumps in the road are handled by the company's Stage 5 suspension, which the driver can adjust to suit different road conditions or payloads.

Each 20th Anniversary Limited Edition T-REX will also have its own series number, from 01 to 20. Should you wish to count yourself among the owners, be prepared to pay a suggested retail price of US$69,999.

The vehicle can be seen in action, in the video below.

Source: Campagna Motors

3 comments
Roderick Bertrand
I'm sorry, but $70,000? No thanks.
EyeMars
Way too pricey. They used to be half that which was already pushing it considerably. Looked fun, though.
Tom Lee Mullins
It would be neat to see a version that uses a Smart Fortwo engine. :) It would be interesting to see how fast it would go since the T-Rex weighs a lot less than a Smart Fortwo (IIRC). I think that is really neat.
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