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Safe and stable even in extreme conditions

C 110 SIX is the ideal crawler for working in particularly challenging conditions such as in hilly or mountain terrain.Crawlers have played a key role in the history of Lamborghini Tractors. Over the years these tractors have evolved in conformation and technology to become hard-working tools with innovative style and impressive performance which can tackle different terrains every day easily and comfortably.


Conceived for the toughest conditions.
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4,000 cc Euro III Turbo Intercooler engines: engines which work best when worked hard.
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Simple, precise manoeuvres: driving is as easy as childs' play.
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Hydraulic system

A hydraulic system with two separate circuits and dual pumps ensure unparalleled efficiency in all conditions.
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The same outstanding comfort as a wheeled tractor, with total stability and vibration insulation.
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Maximum power (hp/kW)102/75
Homologated power (2000/25/EC) at rated engine speed (hp/kW)102/75
Maximum torque (Nm)376
Cylinders / displacement (n°/cc)apr-00
Lifting capacity (kg)3000
Minimum width (mm)1800



Designed with specific technical solutions and constructed with special materials, the injection system is fully compatible with fuels containing up to 100% biodiesel.


Touches hidráulicas para a gestão da antecipação da injecção. Quando o óleo está frio, as touches elevam ligeiramente a bomba para permitir uma injecção antecipada: rendimento optimizado logo à partida e eliminação dos fumos brancos provocados pelo arranque a frio dos motores.



Ideal for hilly terrain and steep gradients, the M version of the CV has track chains the same width as the N version (0.36 m track width available as an option), but a wider platform (7 m) and a longer wheelbase (1.576 m), with a total vehicle width of 1.434 m. With its low centre of gravity and long track chains, this crawler can keep on going in any terrain conditions, and tackle even the steepest gradients where wheeled tractors simply cannot go.