The DEUTZ-FAHR Museum shows the main stages in the history of the company, starting with the DEUTZ-OTTO stationary engine of 1910 and continuing to the first DEUTZ tractors of the 1920s, including the 1927 MTH 222 with its diesel engine and the 1929 MTZ 120, among the first production tractors. The route continues with the DEUTZ F1M 414, made between 1936 and 1951 and known as “the people’s tractor” owing to its commercial success, which was the starting point for mass mechanisation of German agriculture. The important D and 06 series represent the post-war period, with their air-cooled DEUTZ engines, plus a significant model from the Intrac Series (1974), demonstrating the innovative technical features adopted to enhance work and safety in agriculture.
The powerful DX 8.30 from the 1980s, 1992 Agroxtra (the millionth tractor produced by DEUTZ) and the first Agrotron also stand out in the 600 m² of space available to the museum, the latter marking a crucial stage in SDF history.
Rounding off the permanent exhibition are a 1999 Actor combine harvester and a collection of tractor seats from 1927 to the present day, illustrating the evolution of comfort in the driving seat.
In the multimedia corner, visitors can consult the video archives for the brand and watch the footage that interests them the most.