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Every now and then you’ll see a farm vehicle that just makes you want to go out and plough a field. The Claas Xerion is one of those vehicles.
Built in Germany, the tractor comes with an up to 500bhp engine and infinitely variable transmission, allowing it to reach speeds of 50km/h.
There’s also an automatic steering system that makes use of GPS to pilot the vehicle and a whole load of other stuff that, if we’re honest, we don’t really understand.
In the cab however are the clearest signs that this isn’t the tractor your grandfather drove. Claas claims that the noise levels inside it are only around 69db (about as noisy as your average, small city car).
There’s also a cooler compartment with 43-litre capacity to the left of the driverâ€™s seat and a radio system with CD, MP3 and Bluetooth hands-free functionality.