Campagna History

AN AMBITIOUS DREAM BECOMES A REALITY... Classified as a motorcycle, the T-Rex sets a new trend on the road. A distant relative of the Morgan automobiles, the T-Rex boasts a noble lineage.

Founded in 1990 in the Province of Quebec (Canada), Campagna Corporation has promptly acquired a reputation within the automotive industry. In 1994, connoiseurs acknowledged the concept to be unique in its kind and applauded the technical prowess of the time. Research and Development has brought a few generations of T-Rex since the first time it was presented to the public.

Campagna's founder devoted more than eight years to creating this superb machine, which is a veritable reinvention of the motorcycle. He personally handcrafted the first vehicles. Since then, Campagna has gathered a creative team of technicians carrying the mission, the vision and the T-Rex heritage.

The Creators
Daniel Campagna is no newcomer to the automotive industry. In addition to participating in Formula Ford competition championships held in Quebec (1976, 1977 and 1979), he built the off-road racer Voodoo in 1982 and created the twin-track snowmobile in 1984. Meanwhile, Campagna was one of the mechanics to the Formula 1 legend: Gilles Villeneuve.


Paul Deutschman, an internationally known designer developed the bodywork for the T-Rex. After graduating from Hatfield (England) with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Deutschman was employed by Rover and Jaguar before he returned to his native Quebec to work in design and prototype construction. His Porsche Spexter has been featured on the cover of MotorTrend and Sports Car Illustrated. As a designer from Callaway, he was responsible for all Callaway cars, from Corvette aerobody to C-7 and
C-12.Source: Campagna Corporation


Vehicle information, history, and specifications from concept to production.

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