Is there a horsepower war in the combine harvester segment? Probably not, but it's more fun if we pretend there is. New Holland Agriculture has thrown down a grainy gauntlet to Claas, John Deere and the rest of the harvesting industry by releasing the CR10.90 – the world's most powerful combine harvester with a chaff-smoking 652 horsepower (486 kW) fit to thresh the plants off the competition.
– Used NH CR1090 version on tracks price: 430000 cap. 14500 tank
– Used NH CR1090 version on 2x wheels Price: 415000 cap. tank 14500
– newHolland Header40 price: 65000
– newHolland Header980CF12 qq Price: 45000
- newHollandDraper45 Price: 77000
– Added lighting in the cabin
– Improved visual elements are
– Added new items
– Added a speedometer, tachometer, indicator of the tank, fuel capacity indicator.
|Platforms:||Farming Simulator 2015|
|Date:||July 13, 2015|