The Case IH Quadtrac CVXDrive won its award in the XL tractor category, as judged by a
panel of European agricultural magazine editors. The FPT Industrial Cursor 13 engine is the
powerhouse within the Quadtrac CVXDrive, delivering both high power and low fuel
consumption – a primary attribute that helped secure the award. Performance, robustness and reliability are assured, even in highly demanding operating conditions,
while maintenance-free capabilities help to maximize productivity.
Developed specifically for the most demanding heavy-duty needs, the Cursor family of engines provides robust design for highly intensive agriculture applications from 210 to 570
kW. The series complies with emissions regulations and includes innovative contents
such as variable-geometry turbochargers, high-pressure common rail injection, new materials and breakthrough after-treatment technologies.
Case IH Quadtrac CVXDrive tractors are powered by an electronically-controlled 12.9-litre
Cursor 13 engine, with a single-stage turbocharger on the 470 CVX and 500 CVX models
and a two-stage turbocharger on the 540 model.
All Cursor engines share 6-cylinder architecture and EGR-free technology, ensuring optimal
engine output with efficient combustion. The result is effective performance and low cooling requirements. Cursor engines are available in 8.7, 11.1, 12.9 and 15.9 litre versions to
cover a wide range of applications.
The story of success is similar with the recently launched Case IH Versum CVXDrive range,
which won its award in the mid-size tractor category. FPT Industrial’s 4.5-litre turbocharged
and intercooled engine for the four-model 100-130hp Versum tractor series meets European Stage V emissions legislation. This compliance has been achieved through HI-eSCR2 – FPT Industrial’s patented under-hood after-treatment technology, which
combines a diesel oxidation catalyst, a PM management component and a Selective Catalytic Reduction system in a compact all-in-one package.