There are no technical details and there is just a faint outline of the tractor, but Zetor will show a new design study at Agritechnica, next month. Conceived by Italian design studio Pininfarina, the prototype  is not the only new thing Zetor intends to present at the Hanover Fairgounds. As well as unveiling the brand’s latest development trends, the company will also exhibit prototypes of tractors that may become future additions to the existing product portfolio. “Agritechnica is Europe’s largest agriculture machinery fair and we are returning to the event after six years,” says corporate communications manager Margaréta Víghová. “Our intention is to present our visions and our future along with technical innovations. We want to send a message to our potential business partners that we are on the lookout for establishing new contacts with dealers and that there is a lot we have to offer to them.” Sales and marketing director Adam Žert says Zetor’s goal is to increase the number of model series from the current four to six. “Once accomplished, it will make it possible for us to cover the entire power range from 50 to 200hp,” he says.