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TMCNet:  Campagna Motors Launches the New T-REX 16S(TM)

[February 28, 2013]

Campagna Motors Launches the New T-REX 16S(TM)

BOUCHERVILLE, CANADA, Feb 28, 2013 (Marketwire via COMTEX) -- After 18 years of existence, Campagna Motors is launching today a new version of its famous T-REX(R). The 16S(TM) will be powered by a BMW(R) in-line 6 cylinder engine from the BMW(R) Motorrad division.

"It took several years to find a reputable engine manufacturer that would fulfill our requirements. This announcement will propel our capacity to supply an accrued demand with a high quality offering," explains Michel Paquette, Sales and Marketing director at Campagna Motors. "The BMW(R)1600cc engine is the most compact and efficient in-line 6 cylinder on the market. Moreover the collaboration with BMW's(R) engineers helped our engineering group with the integration of the new engine and transmission, new electronic systems and a multitude of other components and accessories." The new T-REX 16S(TM) will incorporate characteristics such as electronic driving mode selection to offer better control and a safer drive under adverse weather conditions and road surfaces, a complete Alpine(R) audio system including Sirius(R) Satellite radio, iPod(R)/iPhone(R)/USB connectivity and Bluetooth connectivity, to name a few.

REDIFINING THE SPORTS CAR EXPERIENCE Hand-build with pride at Campagna's headquarter in Boucherville, Canada, the T-REX 16S(TM) will definitely catch the eye of many car enthusiasts with its unique styling, design and configuration. The BMW(R) in-line 6 cylinder engine provides massive amount of power and torque to offer an exceptionally sporty driving experience. The T-REX(R) design and engineering assures incredible handling and stability in a side-by-side configuration for sporty escapade.

Drivers will be able to enjoy their own limited edition of the T-REX 16S(TM), starting June 2013, but it is possible to place an order starting March 1st, 2013.

The T-REX 16S(TM) is an addition to the current line-up of Campagna's vehicles. Campagna will continue to offer Kawasaki and Harley-Davidson(R) powered vehicles (T-REX(R) and V13R(R)) in their current and future model lineup.

UNIQUE AND EXCLUSIVE VEHICLES Since their first production units in 1994, Campagna Motor's vehicles have generated tremendous interest from many celebrities including Jay Leno and Antwaan Randel El former NFL player. T-REX's(R) were featured in the Black Eyed Peas' video Imma Be, in the Mindfreak 6 television show featuring Criss Angel, in CSI: New York episode featuring Danica Patrick and at the Mirage Casino.

ABOUT CAMPAGNA MOTORS Campagna Motors is an innovative vehicle manufacturer based in the greater Montreal, Canada. The company designs, hand-builds and distributes powerful, stylish, innovative, street legal and unique three wheels vehicles (the V13R(R), the T-REX(R) RR and now the T-REX 16S(TM)). Campagna Motors is a worldwide leader in this market since 1988. For more information: Visit www.CampagnaMotors.com Go to the company Facebook page : www.facebook.com/CampagnaMotors Follow Campagna on Twitter : @CampagnaMotors Watch YouTube at: www.youtube.com/user/campagnamotors feature=watch FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: For a test drive or to organize an interview with a representative from Campagna Motors: Sophie Allard AH!COM Toll free: 1 888 523-2783, ext. 771 sa@ahcom.ca SOURCE: Campagna Motors

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