The Horizon cab provides a quiet and comfortable operating environment, along with precision technology that enables growers to optimize efficiency and performance, while staying connected with their entire farming operation.
These new models also feature New Holland's revolutionary "IntelliCruise" tractor-baler automation that allows the New Holland baler to control the tractor's speed according to changes in the windrow to maximise productivity and bale consistency.
"These new models are perfect for farming operations that need the power of a large-frame tractor with the versatility of a medium-frame unit," explained Mr Ashworth.
"They can take on tasks that you would usually associate with a larger tractor while having the features to deliver great efficiency for PTO implements and transport work. They are ideal for farms and contractors whose tractors have to multi task."
The engines features New Holland's ECOBlue high efficiency selective catalytic reduction technology to meet Tier 4B emissions standards.
This after-treatment system allows the engine to optimise combustion, torque and fuel efficiency, thereby maximising power output from each cylinder. An electronically controlled variable geometry turbocharger delivers the torque required to operate at low engine speed and react quickly to load changes.
The new T7 series models also feature New Holland's award-winning Auto Command continuously variable transmission with four direct drive points with 100pc mechanical efficiency.
These points have been positioned to ensure they match to the most frequently used speeds during high-speed field work such as baling or mowing, high-speed transport and heavy draft work.
For PTO work, New Holland claim these latest T7's lead the field. A four speed rear PTO and a two speed front PTO allow the engine to be operated as efficiently as possible.
If mowing in light crop conditions the operator simply uses the in-cab speed shift to select 1000rpm Economy for the front and rear mowers and then starts counting the fuel savings.
Hydraulic circuits have been redesigned to reduce parasitic losses so that no oil moves on these tractors unless it is required. With a 220 litre/minute pump available, significant oil flow can be obtained at low engine speeds.
The two new T7 models can mount larger group 48 and 49 tyres (2050mm and 2170mm diameters), with a rear tyre width up to 900mm.
This results in excellent traction and, most importantly, minimal soil compaction.
An added benefit for the driver is the ability to monitor the tyre pressure on the in cab computer display.
With this system an operator can set the ideal pressure for the job they are performing and monitor the pressure on up to 16 tyres. The operator receives a warning if the tyre pressure moves away from the set values, enabling them to optimise traction and minimise soil compaction and benefit from an early warning if a tyre is punctured, on a trailer for example.
For enhanced manoeuvrability, the ABS Super Steer option can reduce the turning cycle by up to 50pc by automatically applying the inner brake as field turns are made.
New Holland's Horizon cab offers the premium comfort levels of T7 models with extremely quiet operation at just 69 dB(A), the new generation ventilated seat with the quality trim of a luxury car, and the standard SideWinder II armrest.
Combining this comfort with the commercial vehicle systems of ABS and an exhaust brake, the T7 becomes a benchmark for haulage work.
At night all becomes clear with up to 20 LED work lights, meaning the 360° packages leaves nothing in the dark.