Fastest tractor in history: Up to 247.47 km/h

When it comes to the fastest mass-produced cars, most people think of the bugatted, Ferrari, Lamborghini and other sports car brands. So how fast can a tractor run as fast as possible? A british tractor factory gave an answer of 247.47km/h. It is understood that in October this year, the British industrial machinery manufacturer JCB at Ellington Airport with a Fastrac two tractor, with a two-way driving average speed of 217.4568 km/h, the fastest tractor record.

During the test, the tractor reached a speed of 247.47 km/h at one point. Interestingly, the previous Guinness Speed Record for Tractors was also set by JCB at 166.7km/h.

The Fastrac two tractor is powered by a 7.2L inline six-cylinder turbo diesel engine, along with a motor-driven supercharger.

Officials say the Fastrac two powertrain can break out 1030 horsepower and 1844 Nm at 3150 rpm, matching a six-speed manual truck transmission from ZF. In addition, the tractor appearance also uses aerodynamic sleek devices.

Fastest tractor in history: Up to 247.47 km/h

Fastest tractor in history: Up to 247.47 km/h

Fastest tractor in history: Up to 247.47 km/h

Fastest tractor in history: Up to 247.47 km/h

Fastest tractor in history: Up to 247.47 km/h

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