Every Revolution battery-powered machine is equipped with patent-pending software in the controls that enables smooth operation. - Photo: Toro

Every Revolution battery-powered machine is equipped with patent-pending software in the controls that enables smooth operation.

Photo: Toro

Toro's new Z Master Revolution zero-turn mower is powered with lithium-ion batteries that will “outlast the sun,” according to Chris Vogtman, director of marketing.

Built on Toro’s commercial-grade Z Master 4000 Series frame and Turbo Force deck, the Z Master Revolution offers comfort with Toro’s patented MyRide suspension system. The suspended operator platform and easy-to-adjust, personalized ride settings maximize comfort.

Every Revolution battery-powered machine is equipped with patent-pending software in the controls that enables smooth operation, according to the company. It also gives operators a chance to customize the machine with adjustable deck rake, drive speed control options, and blade tip speed settings.

The Revolution Series mowers are powered by Toro’s HyperCell Power System. The battery management system allows for longer run times and quick charging to maximize productivity. HyperCell is built to run cooler than other power systems, so it can last as long as the sunlight, according to the company.