Not just a CVT, this is Auto Command™

New Holland has invested thousands of hours developing the Auto Command™ continuously variable transmission. This increasingly popular transmission choice matches class leading sophistication with un-paralleled ease of use. Of equal importance, Auto Command™ is designed to operate in conjunction the the Cursor 9 engine, ensuring all T8 models can deliver the optimum performance and efficiency.

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CommandGrip Handle

Force based movement enables the operator to change speed and direction. On the ICP there is a switch to alter the response of the speed change. Forward speed can also be controlled using the foot pedal.

Target speed adjustment – set a target speed to match your exact needs. Perfect when moving between fields or when crop yields have altered.

Target speed selection – allows you to change between three target speeds.

Target speed selection – allows you to change between three target speeds.

4 driving modes to suit your driving style.
Auto Mode. Once the desired target speed is achieved, Auto Command will match the engine and transmission to maintain it.
Cruise Mode. Cruise Mode allows the operator to achieve a set target speed at the touch of a button, and to maintain the speed for economy and productivity.
Manual Mode. Allows the operator to manually set the required engine and forward speed, independently of each other.
PTO mode. As soon as the PTO is engaged, Auto Command will operate to achieve a constant engine speed.

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Three adjustable target speeds for every need

Auto Command technology allows the operator to set a target speed of between 30m/hr right through to 50km/hr and regulate it to the nearest 0.01km/hr. No steps. No range changes. Just seamless speed to match your every need.

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Making the most of available torque

New Holland has developed its Auto Command™ transmissions so they can exploit the low running speed, high torque FPT Industrial Cursor 9 engines. With 40kph ECO, the engine can run at a fuel efficient 1400rpm.

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Active StopStart

A key safety feature of Auto Command is Active StopStart. When the tractor is brought to a standstill, the transmission prevents the tractor moving backwards or forwards. Even with a heavy load. When the transmission takes up drive there is no risk of roll back on steep inclines.

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Balancing fuel economy and productivity

When working in Auto and Cruise modes, use the droop control dial, situated to the right of the operator, to limit upper engine speed used to achieve the desired forward speed. The result: you reach target speed at much lower engine revs, saving you fuel. In PTO mode, use droop control to regulate the acceptable reduction in PTO speed before forward speed is reduced.

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