Ursus is out in force at this week’s Agritechnica show in Germany. The Polish manufacturer’s star attraction is its prototype C-3150V tractor (above); it has 150hp on tap.

The tractor is home to a Deutz engine; that’s mated to a Vigus semi-powershift transmission (with a power-shuttle). This is a 32F 32R box. Top whack on the road is 40kph.

Rear lift capacity tops out at 7t. Maximum hydraulic throughput is 100L/min.

In its ‘standard’ specification, the tractor weighs 6.9t; it is 3m high (to the top of the cab).

Below is a selection of pictures from Ursus’ stand at this week’s massive exhibition.

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Ursus claims to be the largest manufacturer of tractors and agricultural machinery in Poland. Its roots can apparently be traced back over 120 years; the brand-name is synonymous with the mechanisation of Polish farming.

Interestingly, the company also now builds buses, including electric and hybrid models.


Ursus currently has three production plants – one in Dobre Miasto, another in Opalenica and the largest in Lublin. It employs 800 people.

Each year, it produces about 1,500 tractors, along with several thousand agricultural machines – sold throughout Poland and beyond.

Ursus’ Irish importer is Sutton Tractors – based close to New Ross, Co. Wexford.

Stay tuned to AgriLand for further, ongoing coverage from this year’s giant Agritechnica show.

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It’s worth noting that exhibitors at this event have come not just from Germany and surrounding European countries but from all over the globe.