Exactly what it says on the bonnet 

The New Holland numbering strategy makes the tractor’s performance immediately obvious to all users. How? It’s on the bonnet! The strategy uses two key elements. The first letter, T, and following digit, for example 7, denote the tractor’s range category: the higher the number, the larger the tractor, and the numbers following the dot informs you of the tractor’s maximum horsepower, either maximum Engine Power Management for tractors which benefit from it or maximum for all others.  Read below to find out more.  

Maximum horsepower
The maximum horsepower that is available to operators in all working conditions. All tractors without Engine Power Management will use maximum horsepower for their numbering.




Maximum Engine Power Management horsepower
Tractors which benefit from Engine Power Management technology can produce additional horsepower according to the load on the transmission, PTO and hydraulics. All high horsepower Tier 4A tractors’ numbers refer to their maximum EPM horsepower.