New Delhi, February 8th, 2024 – In a groundbreaking move that has the agricultural world buzzing, Sonalika Tractors, India’s leading tractor export brand, has officially launched its largest and most advanced fleet of heavy-duty ‘Tiger’ tractors. Touted as the ‘zero compromise tractor range,’ this lineup includes 10 majestic ‘Tiger’ models ranging from 40 to 75 HP, all of which have been designed with European finesse and engineered to meet the multifaceted needs of Indian farmers.
The ‘Tiger’ range roars into the market with five innovative engine designs that promise unparalleled power without sacrificing fuel efficiency. These engines are part of Sonalika’s commitment to enhancing farm productivity through technology. Additionally, the tractors come equipped with five different multi-speed transmissions and three types of advanced 5G hydraulics, offering over 140+ auto settings, thus ensuring that every farmer finds the perfect match for their agricultural and commercial endeavors.
Dr. Amrit Sagar Mittal, Vice Chairman of International Tractors Limited, highlighted the importance of providing Indian farmers with a range of tractors that don’t force them to compromise on quality or features. Meanwhile, Raman Mittal, Joint Managing Director, emphasized the company’s dedication to incorporating the best international technologies to cater to the diverse needs of Indian agriculture.
The launch event also saw Vivek Goyal, President & Chief – Sales & Marketing at Sonalika Tractors, speak about the unique demands of the Indian market and how the new ‘Tiger’ range is poised to meet these demands by offering flexibility, agility, and the ability to maximize productivity with advanced technologies.
The ‘Tiger’ tractors not only mark Sonalika’s latest foray into heavy-duty farm machinery but also reaffirm its position as the ‘Pride of India’ in the agricultural sector. With this launch, Sonalika sets a new benchmark for power, performance, and efficiency, ensuring that Indian farmers have access to the best tools to cultivate their land and grow their futures.