taking creative camping to the max, the tvan ‘MK5’ camper trailer offers 4.8 meters of usable cabin and tent space within easy access and a fast set-up. the all-new and all-improved camper, its extension tent and quick cover awning can be fully built within a matter of minutes, meaning, be it a road-side stop or a spot for the night, users can pitch camp when and wherever.
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first founded in 2000, tvan’s camper trailers have always combined a distinct design with leading off-road capabilities, with their latest edition, the ‘MK5’, being no different. the new model features an enhance box roof structure. this ensures the living area has more space – enough to even fit a queen size mattress – and is much more comfortable, especially in terms of head room. furthermore, this creates even more space for equipment, both when on the move and when set up for sleeping.
the roof leads way to the skyward lift-up deck at the rear of the ‘MK5’, where, when opened, it connects the inside with the natural outside. packed up into relatively lightweight kits, the family friendly tent extension and awning offers more space for relaxation and cooking. these outdoor structures feature fabric lined roof to offer shade, as well as for insulation during cold evenings. here, two different kitchen options can slide from the camper’s side body: the classic with a stainless steel workbench, twin burners and sink; or the premium with 30% more space, three burners and more storage space. additionally, it comes with a 108L water tank, which can be added with an optional 70L more, and a 120w solar setup.
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