At first glance, the concept might seem retro, but from close up it is innovative and modern. Look at the ribbing on the hood, or the integration of the front with the rear. This, in particular, was one of the most complex elements to complete: it is different from the standards, but attractive and highly functional.”
The choice of an open cabin was also dictated by two other necessities: giving a cleaner look to the design and showing off better the work done in the driving area. An attempt was made to simplify every element and get rid of the redundancy that is typical of modern tractors. Therefore, there are no push button panels or touchscreens. Just a joystick, steering wheel and three pedals. Overall, the design is minimal and strongly oriented towards the future, but the colours and the materials, on the other hand, highlight a strong link with tradition, emphasised, for example, by the inclusion of leather or aluminium.