Innovative Claas system tractor with model-making power The demands placed on power machines in agriculture are changing - Claas in Harsewinkel follows with an innovative character. The result is the consistent further development of the successful system tractor from Claas. With the Claas Xerion, WIKING surprises collectors on a precision scale - the 1:32 model celebrates its premiere with conventional wheel drive. The mighty system tractor looks imposing and thus fully corresponds to the everyday philosophy of the great model. WIKING builds the 1:32 model with a complete floor assembly made of metal, the bonnet and the frame around the engine are also made of zinc die-cast elements. The radiator grille is inserted as a separate part made of plastic, and lights are also used prototypically at the rear. The rear fenders are made of metal, while the fender flares are shown in color. The wheeled version of the Xerion has its front fenders made of plastic, as well as the top link, tank, exhaust, steps and mirrors. Lower links and front axle facial expressions impress with their absolutely robust metal stability. In accordance with the long-standing WIKING philosophy, the cab shines inside and out with a high level of detail - all controls of the Xerion driver are modeled to scale. The headlights are also printed, while the two all-round lights are attached to the front right and left of the cab. The construction of the 1:32 precision model enables a highly detailed swing axle and a steerable front axle. The upper and lower links are also designed to be movable at the front and rear, and both exterior mirrors can be swiveled widely and functionally to the right and left. Of course, the left door can be opened and the height of the rear coupling can be adjusted. The cab can be rotated to take account of the working principle of the tractor system. The printing leaves nothing to be desired.