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Campagna Motors to debut electric T-Rex three-wheeler

by Canadian Staff   

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The prototype, which is a collaboration between Campagna and Zero Motorcycles, will be unveiled for the first time at the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show

A green, gasoline-fueled T-REX 16sp from Camagna Motors on the streets of Manhattan. PHOTO: zaclym

BOUCHERVILLE, Que.—Campagna Motors announces the development of an all-electric T-REX Prototype.

The T-REX is a street-legal, high-performance three-wheeler with a sports coup look and a motorcycle feel.

Previously establishing successful partnerships with BMW and Harley-Davidson to source powerplants for the T-REX and V13R respectfully, this undertaking consisted of integrating Zero Motorcycles’ powertrain technology into the chassis of the legendary T-REX for an even more dynamic and unique offering.

The motors, batteries and controllers have been seamlessly integrated into the T-REX, creating a high performance vehicle, without the need for gasoline.


“Thanks to the hard work of our dedicated team and partners, the T-REX has become the benchmark for three-wheeled performance,” says AndrĂ© Morissette, president of Campagna Motors, “Our collaboration with Zero Motorcycles brings a whole new level of innovation and originality to this already exhilarating platform.”

Zero is known for consistently producing the electric vehicle industry’s most energy and power dense battery packs, offering more range and performance than any production electric motorcycle on the market. Their advanced lithium-ion batteries are also maintenance-free.

“We’re excited that Campagna selected our industry-leading powertrain technology to develop their electric T-REX,” said Zero Motorcycles Director of Business Development Jim Callahan, “Zero’s electric powertrain is an ideal solution for the ultimate three-wheeled experience. This vehicle is an absolute thrill to drive.”

The prototype will be unveiled for the first time at the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show. A more advanced prototype is planned for the summer of 2018.


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