New Holland’s latest and most advanced evolution of the award-winning T7000 series will make its first national public appearance at the Grassland UK event at the Bath and West Showground on May 7th.
The T7000 Auto Command, which is based on the ‘2008 Tractor of the Year’ T7000 range, will be demonstrating the new technology that gives it even greater fuel economy, productivity, class-leading power to weight ratios, ease of use and comfort.
At the heart of the T7000 Auto Command lies the new Continuously Variable Transmission: The CVT combines both mechanical and hydrostatic components to transmit power and give maximum mechanical efficiency according to engine load, engine speed and vehicle speed to ensure that the minimum amount of fuel is used during any task.
For the operator, it’s easy to use: The desired working speed is selected and Auto Command automatically adjusts the engine speed and transmission setting to achieve the most efficient performance. The new multi-function handle offers a seamless application of power that is easy to control and efficiently managed.
The new Auto Command has been manufactured ‘in house’ by New Holland and is the most advanced and efficient CVT technology on the market. It is built at the New Holland UK plant in Basildon, Essex.
Also on display at Grassland UK will be New Holland’s T6000 LS. It will be teamed with the brand new 700 TL New Holland loader – a combination which produces the perfect British loader tractor.
The FR9000 will also be making an appearance at Grassland UK, along with the complete range of New Holland balers: small conventional, round and large rectangular.
Over at the silage clamp, New Holland’s LM5000 telehandler will be showing off its manoeurvability and superior visibility.
Grassland UK is expected to be 2009’s major grassland event, with over 100 manufacturers and more than 100 acres of working machinery demonstrations.
The event is organised by the Bath and West Show Society. For more information on Grassland UK, visit: www.bathandwest.com or call 01749 822200.