7R Series John Deere tractors get a serious update.
Just eight months after the launch of the next-generation 7R Series tractors at Agritechnica 2019, John Deere announced another significant upgrade to this range with the launch of the 7R 350 in the European market.
The 7R Series, unveiled in Hannover last November, received a major update with a new luxury cab, CommandPRO joystick, high-quality massage seat, DAB + touchscreen radio with Apple CarPlay compatibility and 6.1 speaker system, advanced Precision Ag features and more.
With a continuously variable AutoPowr transmission as standard, the new 7R 350 semitrailer tractor completes the 7R series and can now be ordered from John Deere's European dealer network.
Delivering up to 388 hp. With Intelligent Power Management and a minimum transport weight of just 11.4 tonnes, this sixth latest 7R 350 boasts an impressive power-to-weight ratio of just 29 kg / horsepower.
At the same time, on all 7R Series tractors equipped with a 40 km / h transmission and front axle brakes, the payload has been increased by two tons to meet the maximum allowable weight of 18 tons. In addition, higher flotation is offered thanks to the new availability of IF650/ 60R34 front tires and IF900/60R42 rear tires.
Superior steering is provided by the advanced electronic ActiveCommand Steering 2, which uses a gyroscope to detect the yaw of any tractor and automatically compensates for drift to stay on track. Operators can now apply different settings on the CommandCentre display to suit personal preference.
Variable Ratio Steering can be turned on and off, steering sensitivity and steering wheel resistance can be adjusted, all individually. The field-proven and popular automatic lowering to 3.1 steering lock with padlock remains available for quick and easy cornering maneuvers.
John Deere has also expanded its digital offering. In addition to the installed Wireless Data Transfer between the tractor's CommandCentre display and the remote computerized operations center, the latest MyOperations application can now serve as a digital field recording. Using the app, operators can document any task and know that the data will be securely stored in their personal account at the Operations Center.
Of particular interest to contractors is the new enhanced functionality of the MyJohnDeere.com Operations Center application, which allows you to import ISOXML boundary and documentation data from other displays and portals. This enables seamless data transfer and collaboration in mixed fleets and with different clients.