Canadian specialty marque Campagna has taken the wraps off a T-REX anniversary edition. Two decades ago Montreal-based Campagna introduced the original T-REX and now the three-wheeler has received a special edition marking its 20 th anniversary and bringing a series of cosmetic tweaks. Only 20 units will be built and all are getting a unique VIN plaque and red accents for the multi-controller and engine cover. Moreover, the chassis and A-arms have a glossy impact-resistant powder coat paint which they say offers a lifetime protection against road dirt, rust and rain. The two-tone exterior paint is complemented by unique black semi-flat wheels while on the inside there are grey leather seats with charcoal stitching. Carbon fiber and aluminum was extensively used to shave off weight and there’s also a deep black car cover made from synthetic fibers and boasting the T-REX 20 th anniversary logo. Power comes from an inline 1.65-liter six-cylinder BMW engine developing 160 HP (118 kW) at 7,750 rpm and 129 lb-ft (174 Nm) of torque at 5,250 rpm. The T-REX also features a fully adjustable stage 5 suspension and a high-performance braking system with ventilated and drilled discs and steel braided brake lines.