John Deere Hover Tractor

Jun 30, 2004

Farmers of the future, or farmers on other planets, have evolved past the need for tires on their tractors. Without tires, the tractors don’t damage the farm fields, so more plants can be put on each plot of land, thus increasing food density.

This particular model is John Deere’s most popular for the smaller farm. It’s also frequently used for mowing large fields. It has a tow hitch on the back for any attachment. There are two sets of engines: the rear ones provide lift and forward propulsion, while the front cluster provides vectored thrust to the left and right for turning.