If the name Campagna sounds familiar to you, it should: the Quebec, Canada based company builds the three-wheeled T-Rex cyclecar. With two wheels in front and one aft and car-like seating, the T-Rex doesn’t require a motorcycle license to operate. What it does require, however, is a steady application of throttle powering out of corners, since getting 197 horsepower to the ground through a single 295-millimeter tire takes some getting used to. Get it right, and the T-Rex can run from 0-60 in under four seconds; get it wrong, and you’ll learn all about oversteer. If you’re...
Urban Transport Of The Future? Bike Meets Car With E-3POD
The Royal College of Art in London, England has produced some of the auto industry's top design talent for 40 years now and attracts budding car designers from all around the world. On occasion, they hold competitions for their top talent to design vehicles of the future, mixing the best in car...Antony Ingram