According to the company, the award recognises technological achievements in agricultural engineering.
Matthew Foster, vice-president at Case IH, said, “First launched in 1987, the Magnum series has been continuously improved, step-by-step further increasing performance and productivity, reducing fuel consumption and emissions, improving operator comfort and thus optimising owners’ return on investment.”
The Magnum CVX 380 has 380hp-rated engine, which can attain a top speed of 50 km/h. The electronically variable geometry turbo-charger (eVGT) delivers a performance boost. A split throttle helps to set the maximum and minimum engine speed. Built for comfort, there is a five-point suspension system.
“I am more than proud to represent Case IH and receive the ‘Tractor of the Year 2015’ award for the Magnum 380 CVX,” added Foster.