Perspective is vital when considering the Tvan. For a trailer with full hard-body design and a bed under a hard roof (aka, a caravan), it’s pretty small. For a tear-drop camper, it’s on steroids.
There are six models of Tvan to choose from, although all share the same body. All models are 4.9m long, 2.15m high 1.92m wide. Once set up, there’s 4.8m of interior length including a 2.1 x 1.7m, off-ground floor area. Although there’s not much headroom above the bed, you can stand up tall in the tent area.
Weights range from 940kg and 1130kg, which isn’t the lightest premium camper on the market, but it’s pretty close to it. Depending on the options chosen, the Track’s ATM is 1500kg, offering about 500kg of storage capacity. A limited-edition Zenith model has a 1800kg ATM, an upgrade that’s available as an option on all the other models.
Without a load, the Tvan adds between 90kg and 140kg over the ball of your 4WD.
Weight (Tare/ATM/Tow Ball): From 940kg/1500kg/90kg