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2019 marks the 20th Anniversary of the Tvan camper trailer from Track, and the brand has released two limited edition Tvan models to celebrate the milestone.

The iconic Tvan was first released back in 1999 and was heralded as a bold and innovative reimagining of the camper trailer. Its distinctive lines and robust, go-anywhere attitude struck a chord with off-road adventurers who were equally drawn to its ultra-light towing weight and formidable MC2 Suspension, engineered by Track in 1995 for the Australian Military. To this day, Track’s MC2 Suspension is the only suspension system available in the recreational market that’s currently being used by the military. It’s fair to say, Track wasn’t messing around with the Tvan.

20 years on, the Tvan is in its fifth iteration and enjoys a hard-earned reputation as one of the best off-road camper trailers on the Australian market. Track continues to design and manufacture its trailers in Melbourne, and is a family-owned and operated business headed up by company director Gerard Waldron.

“Those early Tvans were brilliant in their day, but rather than give competitors the chance to copy or catch up, Track embarked on regular reinvention every few years,” says Mr Waldron.

“From a distance every Tvan looks similar with its stand-out shape and signature window and deck, but up close you will see that the Mk1 and the Mk5 are 20 years apart in design and materials, usability and tow-ability, with new iterations of our famous MC2 Suspension.”

You can read the full story on the Tvan’s 20th Anniversary here.

Track has released two special edition Tvans to mark the occasion, available only in 2019. The first is the Tvan Inspire, which Track says echoes the simplicity of its original MK1, with a few modern touches. It starts at $61,150. The second is the Tvan Zenith, aimed at showcasing Track’s most recent innovations. Basically, it’s got all the fruit, and starts from $76,720. Both feature unique 20th Anniversary styling and decals. 

Click here for more information on the special edition Tvans.

TRACK CELEBRATES

20 YEARS OF TVAN

NEWS

OH SWEET MEMORIES!
Publisher of this here mag, Pat Callinan, has traipsed all over Australia with a Tvan as his camper of choice. We thought we’d compile this picture gallery of some his memorable adventures over the years to commemorate this iconic camper’s 20th birthday.

ABOVE Can’t think of a cosier home in the desert // BELOW Ultra-light towing weight made beach driving simple at Cape York

ABOVE The Tvan tackling the jagged coastal headlands of South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula // BELOW The Tvan in quick overnight mode

ABOVE Battling winter snows in the High Country

TRACK CELEBRATES

2019 marks the 20th Anniversary of the Tvan camper trailer from Track, and the brand has released two limited edition Tvan models to celebrate the milestone.

The iconic Tvan was first released back in 1999 and was heralded as a bold and innovative reimagining of the camper trailer. Its distinctive lines and robust, go-anywhere attitude struck a chord with off-road adventurers who were equally drawn to its ultra-light towing weight and formidable MC2 Suspension, engineered by Track in 1995 for the Australian Military. To this day, Track’s MC2 Suspension is the only suspension system available in the recreational market that’s currently being used by the military. It’s fair to say, Track wasn’t messing around with the Tvan.

20 years on, the Tvan is in its fifth iteration and enjoys a hard-earned reputation as one of the best off-road camper trailers on the Australian market. Track continues to design and manufacture its trailers in Melbourne, and is a family-owned and operated business headed up by company director Gerard Waldron.

“Those early Tvans were brilliant in their day, but rather than give competitors the chance to copy or catch up, Track embarked on regular reinvention every few years,” says Mr Waldron.

“From a distance every Tvan looks similar with its stand-out shape and signature window and deck, but up close you will see that the Mk1 and the Mk5 are 20 years apart in design and materials, usability and tow-ability, with new iterations of our famous MC2 Suspension.”

You can read the full story on the Tvan’s 20th Anniversary here.

Track has released two special edition Tvans to mark the occasion, available only in 2019. The first is the Tvan Inspire, which Track says echoes the simplicity of its original MK1, with a few modern touches. It starts at $61,150. The second is the Tvan Zenith, aimed at showcasing Track’s most recent innovations. Basically, it’s got all the fruit, and starts from $76,720. Both feature unique 20th Anniversary styling and decals. 

Click here for more information on the special edition Tvans.

NEWS

20 YEARS OF TVAN

OH SWEET MEMORIES!
Publisher of this here mag, Pat Callinan, has traipsed all over Australia with a Tvan as his camper of choice. We thought we’d compile this picture gallery of some his memorable adventures over the years to commemorate this iconic camper’s 20th birthday.

ABOVE The Tvan tackling the jagged coastal headlands of South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula // BELOW The Tvan in quick overnight mode

ABOVE Battling winter snows in the High Country

ABOVE Can’t think of a cosier home in the desert // BELOW Ultra-light towing weight made beach driving simple at Cape York