The all-new Landini Series 4 will have power outputs from 61hp to 101hp channelled through a new Argo Tractors 12×12 transmission with synchro shuttle, power shuttle creep and two-speed powershift options.

Italian agricultural engineering firm Argo Tractors presented its biggest ever collection of new models at the Agritechnica exhibition in Germany as a major investment in product development bears fruit.

High quality materials and design are evident in the new cab built by Argo for the new Landini Series 4 tractors, and it is reckoned to be one of the most spacious in the class.

Previewing more new tractors than any other manufacturer at the event, in preparation for their commercial launch in 2014, Argo’s Landini exhibit included the Series 4 livestock tractor, which features a new-design cab with a more up-market and spacious interior and mechanical controls.

The Landini Series 4 is a new class of stockman’s tractor for the Italian-built range. This all-new range of tractors from 61hp to 101hp that will comprise six models powered by either 2.9-litre or 3.6-litre engines. It has a new Argo Tractors synchro shuttle 12×12 transmission that can be enhanced by creep, power shuttle and hi-lo powershift options.

The new Argo-built cab, with an interior design using materials to automotive standard, is said to be the most spacious low-profile design available in this class.

When it is introduced next year, the new Landini Series 4 range will slot in beneath the newly launched 85-113hp Landini Series 5-H T4i, which is a little larger and heavier, with power outputs up to 113hp:

The Series 4 will be ideally suited to livestock farms and other operations wanting a light, highly manoeuvrable and well-equipped tractor of this size and power.