as far asa I can remember: 350 hp, 12 ltr. engine, the base is build by Kiro, cab and bonnet and elektrics, hydraulics and transmission-handling is build on in Germany at Horsch. Nowadays, Horsch is producing No-till-seedingmachinery, and is trying to sell around the world.
Don't think they still build the selfpropelling tractor/slurrytanks..(??)
Horsch is still building Tractors. They have the AT and the TT from 188 to 408 HP. As I`ve see at the Tractors Catalogue, the AT uses the Hood of the older Fendt, but I read nothing about a Joint Venture with Kirovets.
didnt Horsch drop the K tractors? I think they did, because they were too uneconomical to make. Horsch now focus on the Simba relationship and other tillage machines. Do they still make the systems tractors.........?
Plenty of info on this tractor in Peter D. Simpsons excellent book "Ultimate tractor Power. Articulated tractors from around the world". It is based on the Kirovets model with plenty of improvments. Electronics, styling etc.. It is no longer in production, not economical.
As far as I understood the Classic tractor article Horsch is no longer producing any self propelled vehicles any more. (Regardless of what's on their website. I guess for the right amount of money they could make it happen) That is why only the old Fendt hood is in any pictures. They are focusing on their tillage and seeding implements and to a certain extent use Holmer TerraVariant toolcarriers (430 hp) for self propelled units (carrying seedcarts etc.).