Introduced to fill the gap between the existing CVX models and their Magnum counterparts, the new models use second-generation CVT and are an upgrade of the current CVX models built at the St Valentin HQ in Austria.
The new transmission has four mechanical helical gears, which means 100% mechanical power is now available at four points between 0kph and 50kph, says Case. And instead of using a series of double clutches, only one wet double clutch shifts the whole gear range, resulting in fewer driveline losses throughout.
Both models can hit 50kph at a fuel-sipping 1550rpm, and the pto can run at either 540 or 1000rpm at 1900 engine rpm. The new range also features a multi-controller armrest.
Two new smaller models in the CVX range are also expected to go on show at theSIMA show in Paris in February.