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Spire Target

Spire Target

70 - 80 - 90 - 90.4
Versatility and simplicity
for any type of use

Already acclaimed for its versatility and agility, the Spire Target family now features new FARMotion engines. With the potent 90.4 version, this family not only offers the ideal answer for working in restricted spaces but also for more challenging tasks. Spire Target also delivers comfort to match its performance, with an ergonomically designed four-pillar cab offering superb all-round visibility. In addition, thanks to the low centre of gravity and the integral four wheel brake system, it offers considerable safety even when working on steep slopes.


Its quality is visible and makes a difference
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An engine conceived for farming
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Simple and dependable
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Hydraulic system

Work easily with any implement
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Visibility and comfort exalted by Lamborghini style
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Technical sheetExpandCollapse

70 80 90 90.4
Maximum power (hp/kW)75/55,4 88/65 88/65 88/65
Homologated power (2000/25/EC) at rated engine speed (hp/kW)75/55,4 84/61,6 84/61,6 84/61,6
Maximum torque (Nm)341 354 354 354
Cylinders / displacement (n°/cc)3/2887 3/2887 4/3849 4/3849
Lifting capacity (kg)3000 (std) / 3600 (opt) 3000 (std) / 3600 (opt) 3000 (std) / 3600 (opt) 2650 (std) / 3600 (opt)
Minimum width (mm)1940 1940 2005 2005
Weight with cab (kg)3200 3200 3300 3300



Deutz Common Rail. High pressure common rail injection system, with two lubricated injection pumps integrated in the engine block, and an innovative combustion chamber configuration for superlative power and torque over a wide range of engine speeds.


The system monitors a set of engine parameters, and optimises engine function by adjusting injection accordingly. Automated for total simplicity: lets the driver set, store and recall the most appropriate engine speed for the job in hand.

Stop & Go

A system maximising the potential of the Sense Clutch shuttle for superlative manoeuvrability. Ideal for jobs involving frequent stops and starts.

Over Speed

Optimised power curve usage, reduced consumption and improved driver comfort by maintaining lower engine speeds and using the engine at speeds close to maximum torque.