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Spire VRT

Spire VRT

90 - 100 - 90.4 - 100.4 - 110.4
Top class elegance and performance

The new Spire VRT family consists of a choice of multirole models sharing the same unmistakeable Lamborghini style and character. A unique and inimitable family, with a choice of unparalleled high-tech features matched by superb FARMotion engines and the VRT transmission developed specifically by SDF for tractors of this power class.

Design

Unmistakeable Italian style and elegance with premium technology.
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Engine

Compact but powerful, fuel-efficient but reliable.
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Transmission

Superlative comfort and the right ratio every time.
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Hydraulic system

Unparalleled performance, ease of use and configurability.
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Cab

Superlative comfort.
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Agrosky

Designed for satellite monitoring of tractors and equipment.
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iMonitor 3

Full control of the tractor and its work.
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Technical sheetExpandCollapse

90 100 90.4 100.4 110.4
Maximum power (hp/kW)65/88 kW/CV 71/97 kW/CV 65/88 kW/CV 75/102 kW/HP 83 kW/113 CV
Homologated power (2000/25/EC) at rated engine speed (hp/kW)61.5/83 kW/CV 67/91 kW/CV 61.8/84 kW/CV 71.5/97 kW/HP 79 kW/107 CV
Maximum torque (Nm)354 Nm 369 Nm 354 Nm 408 Nm 435 Nm
Cylinders / displacement (n°/cc)3/2887
Lifting capacity (kg)4310 kg / 3610 kg (compact)
Minimum width (mm)1745 mm
Weight with cab (kg)3958

TechnologiesExpandCollapse

VRT

VRT continuously variable transmission: for working in the field and driving on the road with an infinite range of speeds.

ELECTRONIC ENGINE GOVERNOR

The system uses sensors to monitor a set of engine parameters, and optimises engine function by adjusting injection accordingly. Different engine speeds can also be set and recalled simply from a dedicated button.

DOC

Diesel Oxidation Catalyst. Oxidation catalyst which reduces nitrogen oxide (NOx) and hydrocarbon (HC) emissions produced by combustion. By using the DOC in combination with EGR, these engines attain compliance with Stage III B regulations

ASM

An electronic system which automatically engages and disengages drive to the front wheels and the differential locks in relation to steering angle and speed.

Sense Clutch

Hydraulic reverse shuttle with two multiplate wet clutches (one clutch pack for each direction) and an electronic control unit. Efficient, robust, reliable and flexible.

Over Speed

Drivable at 40 Km/h with the engine at economy speed: lower fuel consumption and increased driver comfort.

ALL-WHEEL BRAKES

Integral all-round braking system consisting of multiple wet disc brakes integrated in the front and rear axles. Excellent safety even when working on steep gradients.

Independent articulated quadrilateral front suspension

The semi-active hydropneumatic articulated quadrilateral suspension is managed by an adaptive electrohydraulic system working in concert with an electronically controlled differential (DTC). This exclusive technology, available previously only on more costly, range topping tractors, offers a degree of stability control unrivalled by anything else in this class.

Anti-dive and Anti-roll

The anti-dive system prevents the front suspension from diving and causing the centre of gravity to shift, to make braking significantly safer. The anti-roll function automatically adjusts the damping action of the suspension in relation to steering angle and speed, for superior stability grip, especially when negotiating bends during use on the road.

DTC

DTC stands for Differential Traction Control. This is an electronically controlled differential with an automatic, progressively engaged differential locking system. The front differential is capable of locking by up to 100% to prevent the front wheels from slipping and maintain constant traction in varying grip conditions. The DTC significantly improves performance on the road and in the field.

Self-leveling

A permanently active automatic self levelling system maximises comfort in all conditions, keeping the suspension pistons at mid extension by analysing ground speed, steering angle and signals received by the electronic control unit from the piston position and speed sensors.

Damping Control

The adaptive suspension management function is controlled with a simple press of a button. This function of the electronic control system adjusts the suspension shock absorbers in real time, setting a softer or harder damping action according to operating conditions. The result is a ride control system that eliminates vibration, making work safer and more comfortable.