Czech agriculture machinery manufacturer Zetor Tractors is set to introduce a range of innovations at Agritechnica the most important being a new Zetor tractor design study conceived by Pininfarina.
Zetor will also present prototypes of new machinery, unveiling its latest development trends. The brand will further introduce this year’s addition to its portfolio, the six-cylinder Zetor Crystal . The European exhibition also marks the commencement of festivities to celebrate the 70 years of existence of the Zetor brand which feature, among other celebrations, the presentation of an exclusive and unique calendar with shots of top models and iconic tractors from the company’s history.
“Agritechnica is Europe’s largest agriculture machinery fair and we are returning to the event after six years. Our intention at Agritechnica is to present our visions and our future along with technical innovations. We want to send a message to our potential business partners that we are on the lookout for establishing new contacts with dealers and that there is a lot we have to offer to them,” said Margaréta Víghová, corporate communications manager, Zetor.
“This is the goal Zetor Tractors clearly declared in the past. Increasing the number of model series from the current four to six remains yet another goal, which, once accomplished, will make it possible for us to cover the entire power range from 50-200hp. During recent years, we have been coming up with more and more innovations which have responded to the market demand. We believe that our dedication to such endeavours and delivering on our promises will convince our customers as well as potential dealers to opt for the Zetor brand,” added Adam ert, sales and marketing director, Zetor.
Zetor Crystal , conceived in June this year, is yet another innovation that visitors to the Zetor stand may look forward to. It is the first tractor in the brand’s portfolio in a long time to be fitted with a six-cylinder (144 and 163hp) engine. The new model excels in ease of operation and low maintenance and operation costs.
October 30, 2015