Conquest Tour Edition released
17th August, 2011
Eyre motor home
24th February, 2011
17th August, 2011
As you step into Trakka’s new Fiat-based Trakkaway 760
motor home, you can’t help wonder why you would choose a hotel room in one location, when you have the
ability to tour the country in complete high-tech luxury.
The newly designed Trakkaway 760 offers all the ‘bells and whistles’ you could desire, all in a
compact motor home that offers a wealth of standard inclusions making it great value for money.
“After drawing from the company’s years of experience and research among long-time Trakka owners,
we decided to fit the Trakkaway 760 with previously considered ‘optional extras’ as standard - an offer
that is sure to surpass any competitive offer currently on the market,” says Martin Poate, General
Some of the items on the extensive list of inclusions that come in the standard package for the motor
home include a large 175 litre fridge/freezer, a huge 165 litre water tank, 3 gas bottles, bigger
windows for ventilation and genuine European leather trimmings, which all add to greater on-road luxury
during long motor homing trips.
The Trakka Trakkaway 760 motor home also includes as standard a motorised electric awning, two high
definition TV/DVDs, ducted air conditioning, ducted diesel room heating and a Trakka designed Electronic
Control System – allowing travellers to monitor the condition of batteries, water levels, temperature
and circuits with the push of a button.
Environmental buffs will also appreciate the extra eco-inclusions in the motor home such as two large
powered skylights, 125 Watt solar charging system, low draw LED lights with dimming function and, as an
optional extra, the revolutionary Rain Water Retrieval (RWR) system.
“The Rain Water Retrieval system sets new benchmarks for environmental efficiencies in motor homes
as it harvests and stores extra water when it is raining for use in and around the motor home,” says
Martin Poate of Trakka.
“The skylights provide natural light and ventilation and the solar charging system is an
eco-friendly form of energy generation and conservation – ideal for trips in remote locations.”
The Trakkaway 760 is based on a Fiat Ducato with an AL-KO chassis giving it a low centre of gravity
as well as easy entry into the motor home.
The lighter weight AL-KO chassis means greater loading capacity and independent suspension ensures
“The Fiat Ducato with the AL-KO chassis enables Trakka to provide not only a vehicle that is a
pleasure to drive and a motor home that treads as lightly on the wallet as it does on the environment,
it also enables Trakka to provide a motor home with superb levels of comfort, spaciousness and ease of
use,” says Andrei Zaitzev, General Manager of Fiat in Australia.
“It is a superb combination of Fiat technology and Trakka design integrity, ingenuity and
A new rear aerodynamic curved panel was carefully designed by Trakka’s expert team to enhance and
'contemporise' the motor home as well as reduce wind resistance for highway driving. Every element of
the motor home was calculated and engineered to maximise the use of space to achieve a fine blend of
form and functionality.
“From the spacious separate dining and lounge areas and an ergonomically designed kitchen, through
to the queen sized island bed at the rear with large under bed storage, the Trakkaway 760 provides
creature comforts and practicality for any extended journey,” says Mr Poate.
The newly released Fiat Ducato-based Trakkaway 760 motor home caters for four people and a
significant benefit of the motor home is its accessibility to everyday drivers with only a normal
driver’s license required.
The Trakka Trakkaway 760 is priced at $199,700 drive-away in New South Wales.