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New Holland's GENESIS T8 Series tractors receive a makeover for 2025

Across the new lineup, operators can expect to see a 5-15-rated horsepower increase, depending on the specific model number. (Image source: CNH)

With the aim to boost power by retaining the same look and feel, New Holland has rolled out new model additions to its GENESIS T8 Series with PLM Intelligence

Depending on the specific model number, customers and operators will notice a 5-15-rated horsepower increase across the T8 Series lineup. The newcomers will also deliver refined engine control with the same powerful and reliable engine as current T8 Series models. The purpose of this update is to help operators deal with ardous tasks and applications like tillage.  

The new lineup is equipped with new hydraulic remote valves and couplers, drawing power from beyond fittingsto boost reliability and quality, while optimising hydraulic power workflow. Moreover, improvements in engine software enable output maximisation, along with greater operational efficiency and improved fuel economy.

“Our customers continue to seek more power and performance from their tractors without having to change the body or framework. In a sense, get stronger without getting bigger,” said product marketing manager, high horsepower tractors for New Holland, Ken Paul. “The result is a new lineup of our GENESIS T8 Series. These new models are designed to deliver greater engine power and elevate fuel economy without compromising the look and feel customers and operators appreciate from current T8 models.”

The new tractor series will be on display at America's largest farmer-led, farmer focused agricultural event, Commodity Classic, scheduled to take place from 28 February to 1 March in Houston, Texas this year.

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