The company behind the wild T-Rex three-wheeler has sought bankruptcy protection. According to a Jalopnik report from Monday, Campagna has filed for bankruptcy, though the extent of the Canadian firm's money problems is unknown. Campagna has built the T-Rex three-wheeler since 1995. As the pride and joy of F1 mechanic Daniel Campagna and automotive designer Paul Deutschman, the contraption is sort of part car and part motorcycle. It can be registered as a motorcycle and doesn't require drivers to wear a helmet, either. Campagna sourced engines from three companies: Kawasaki, Harley-Davidson...
Campagna plans electric T-Rex
Campagna is working on an electric version of its wild T-Rex three-wheeler. The Canadian firm on Thursday said it tapped California's Zero Motorcycles to source a powerplant for the electric T-Rex, which will be shown in prototype form at the 2018 Montreal Electric Vehicle Show starting April 20...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Campagna T-Rex on tour
Campagna's T-Rex is a strange beast. Neither car nor motorcycle, it takes elements of both and combines them to create something that may not bark as loud as its namesake, but certainly features some of the bite. The T-Rex is the latest in lightweight cars that trade luxury amenities (i.e. anything...Ralph Hanson