Lamborghini presents a range of tractors at SIMA 2019

Spire VRT Stage III B 3 4 view right side DSC 2858Lamborghini Trattori has presented the new Spire 100.4 to the Spark 185 VRT at SIMA 2019 in Paris

The Spire 100.4 stands out with a significant revamp to its livery in keeping with the brand's family feeling. Its lines now sport rounded corners outlining a compact and clean structure. Equipped with the latest generation FARMotion engine with a 2,000 bar Common Rail system, this range's power unit is known for its flexibility and speed, along with its reduced noise and fuel consumption. The EGR exhaust gas recirculation system combined with diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) post-treatment makes these tractors Stage III B compliant.

The hydraulic shuttle's Stop&Go system allows to stop the tractor and then set off again fluidly and smoothly, just using the brake pedals, for easier use in barns and when haymaking. The Overspeed technology also provides a speed of 40 km/h with the engine running in economy mode. The open-centre hydraulic system with a 54 l/min pump and 6-way auxiliary valves with flow control optimises the use of equipment. The rear lift, also available with electronic control, boasts a maximum capacity of 3,600 kg, while the optional front lift, with a capacity of 2100 kg, can be equipped with a PTO 1000. The electro-hydraulically engaged rear PTO allows for great efficiency and low operating costs when using any equipment.

The tractors presented at the Paris fair also include the brand new Spire S 100 VRT, which combines a sophisticated and exclusive design with the highest level of technological innovation, never before seen on a specialised tractor.

The highly advanced technology can be seen in options such as the active suspension of the front axle with independent wheels, in the ISOBUS, in the new MaxCom armrest, in the innovative continuously variable transmission, and in the completely redesigned cab. There is also the FARMotion engine designed specifically for agriculture and a modular hydraulic system that comes with a Load Sensing pump capable of delivering 100 l/min, and electronically controlled rear and centre valves that can be programmed for priority, flow and timing.

The three-cylinder FARMotion engine (four-cylinder versions 90.4, 105 and 115) stands out for its 2,000 bar Common-Rail injection system, electronically controlled viscostatic cooling fan and Stage III B compliance obtained by applying the maintenance-free DOC catalyst.

A wide range of hydraulic configurations are available: powered by an extremely powerful 100 l/min Load Sensing pump, which can also be delivered at engine speeds of just 1850 rpm, plus an additional 42 l/min pump dedicated exclusively to power steering.

The meticulous application of the most advanced ergonomic paradigms provides the new cabins of the Spire S VRT with a higher class of comfort, thanks also to the flat platform and the extreme versatility of the configurations and the InfoCentrePro, the new high-resolution colour display which integrates all the main functions of the machine, including the innovative Comfortip, i.e. the automatic management of headland operations.

In the medium range the Spark 120-130-140, comes in an intermediate model, the Spark 130 VRT.

The continuously variable gearbox of the Spark VRT combines the driving comfort typical of hydrostatic transmissions with the high efficiency of mechanical transmissions. The operating economy in the field, but especially that on the road, is unparalleled: The vehicle can travel at 40 km/h with the engine at a reduced rpm. The Trailer-Stretch function further boosts comfort and safety when driving on the road, also providing greater stability when braking with heavy towing trailers, while two additional functions such as the ASM and radar further improve productivity in the field.

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