The Craftsman’s unique creation will be soon launched at Detroit Motor Show. It is real a four- wheels vehicle. Furthermore this tractor is empowered by gasoline engine and it also has been equipped with some decorative goodies, such as cup- holders and power steering. However do not expect that this vehicle will appear at some events like a motorized vehicle, such as in the Upcoming year North American International Auto Show which is held in Detroit.
However, the Craftsman division has had some agreements with the organizers of the North American motor show to allow them to have their own booth to display the company’s newest creation, the new CTX.
The CTX itself is the company’s premium line of lawn tractors which has a price tag starts from US$3,000 to US$6,500. The Craftsman General Manager Kris Malkoski said that the vehicle is a premium tractor which has an ultimate luxurious.
Commenting on the agreement with Craftsman, the spokesperson of North American International Auto Show, Joe Rohatynski said that the deal with Craftsmanship is purely a marketing partnership and the vehicle-on the show- will not against the other automakers with the vehicle will be displayed on the concourse with other vendors, like the History Channel and Hot Wheels.
Unfortunately the deal between the organizers and the Craftsman is rejected by the former General Motors, Bob Lutz which does not allow the CTX to have more access to the show since the CTX is considered as gardening implements.