Case IH is adding two models to its Vestrum Series tractor lineup.
Introduced in 2020, the Vestrum is designed to deliver versatility, comfort and high-horsepower in a smaller design. The two new tractors will pump up the power offering with the Vestrum 110 tractor reaching up to 88 PTO horsepower, and the Vestrum 120 achieving up to 102 PTO horsepower.
In this interview from the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky, J.E. Cadle, Case IH mid-range tractor marketing manager, says the tractors will deliver a combination of power and flexibility. “We are excited to offer customers an expanded range of model options and cab upgrades to continue to improve the user experience,” he says. “The Vestrum series is the perfect choice for those needing exceptional maneuverability, power and cab comfort in one compact package.”
Cadle notes the new tractors now offer an optional panoramic high-visibility roof for an unobstructed view of the loader up to full lift height. Additional cab updates include a low-mount front wiper for a larger cleaning area that parks low to ensure maximum visibility, and a new in-cab cool box to keep food and drinks chilled all day.
The Vestrum comes standard with a mix of mechanical and electronic remotes — all-electronic remotes are optional . Other updated features include a loader joystick with a forward/reverse shuttle and a new Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) Pro 700 Plus touch-screen monitor.
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