The Toro GrandStand Revolution combines the speed and comfort of a zero-turn rider with the on-and-off ease of a wide area walk-behind. - Photo: Toro

The Toro GrandStand Revolution combines the speed and comfort of a zero-turn rider with the on-and-off ease of a wide area walk-behind.

Photo: Toro

The Toro GrandStand Revolution stand-on mower is powered by Toro’s HyperCell batteries.

Featuring a Turbo Force deck with adjustable baffle, operators can adjust the deck baffle to get the most pristine cut in any conditions. The Turbo Force deck is a 50 KSI 7-gauge high strength steel deck, complemented with an extra strength tubular chassis and durably rugged I-beam front-end. It also features industry-leading dual capture anti-scalp rollers to ensure the highest quality of cut in the harshest terrain. Discharge and disperse clippings with the IQ system — the rubber discharge chute clears obstacles while debris is dispersed.

The Toro GrandStand Revolution combines the speed and comfort of a zero-turn rider with the on-and-off ease of a wide area walk-behind — creating a fast, maneuverable and more productive alternative to meet your quiet, battery-powered mowing needs, according to Toro.

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.