Valtra E40 | Electric Powered Tractor

Valtra E40 | Electric Powered Tractor

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Valtra E40 concept design created for the 2017 Valtra Design Challenge.

Valtra E40 | Electric Powered Tractor

With the rapid evolution of electric engines and power storage, also future tractors will be powered electrically, giving the opportunity for more flexibility in their use and the conception of the vehicle.

The core of the E40 is a solid chassis, that contains two electric engines, powering all four wheels; the power pack, that provides electricity for mobility is also used to operate the various attachable tools.

In front and in the rear of the main chassis a lift mechanism makes changing the different tools easy and fully automated. The tools come with all necessary motors, pneumatic gear, etc and connect to the electric power of the main chassis and to its central operating unit.


The Tractor can be operated manually by a driver inside the spacious cabin or autonomously by an AI unit, that can team up with other tractors or operate on its own to fulfill common tasks where needed.

The form language of the E40 is explicitly simple and integrated. Cameras and sensors all around the vehicle provide a full overview to the driver at all times, eliminating the need for mirrors. The flood lights are integrated behind the glass of the drivers cabin. The widened windshield provides protection from wind and debris even if the optional doors are removed. - The steering wheel is eliminated and the tractor is solely controlled via touch and voice by the user, interacting seamlessly with the AI operating system.


In its simplicity and integration of computer aided systems the Valtra E40 is a vision of future tractors making them more versatile and flexible than ever before.


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X176

Nice work, can you share the cad file?

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