The New LAMBORGHINI Green Pro Range of CUTs

Hanover, November 13th, 2011; SAME DEUTZ-FAHR (SDF), a leading manufacturer of tractors, combine harvesters, engines and agricultural machinery, presents the new LAMBORGHINI Green Pro range, specifically designed for the municipal services, green keeping duties and small/medium farms. These new models are distinguished by their hydrostatic transmissions, extreme versatility and the capability to work with a full range of specific implements for diverse applications. At Agritechnica, generous space will be allocated to the new LAMBORGHINI Green Pro family.

Lamborghini G35H

In fact, three models will be on show out of the six which make up the family, with power ratings ranging from 20hp to 50hp.

G.23 H 23hp/16.9 kW

G.35 H 35hp/25.7 kW

G.50 H 50.3hp/37 kW

The G.23 H is the ideal tractor for all professionals operating in the groundscare and municipal services sector. This tractor, which falls into the 25hp class, weighs less than 900 kg and is equipped with an efficient 2-range hydrostatic transmission and, due to the wide choice of implements available (including front loader, rear digger and mid-mount grass cutter attachments) can be used in the widest range of applications.

Each of the models in the family can be supplied with an optional cab and fitted with “garden” or “industrial” tyres. The same level of versatility in grounds care and municipal service applications is offered by the Lamborghini G.35 H, which weighs nearly 1400 kg, and with its 3-range hydrostatic transmission, can reach speeds of almost 30 km/h. This model also offers a choice of platform or cab, and “garden” or “industrial” tyres.

Top of the range is the G.50 H: a fully-fledged multifunctional 50 hp tractor with Load Sensing hydrostatic transmission and a weight of 2100 kg, which, equipped with a hydraulic lift featuring both position and draft control, plus a robust structural frame, is also capable of tackling heavy duty tasks. The Green Pro range is completed by the models: G.27 H, G.30 H and G.40 H

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