Celebrating 45 years of New Holland-pioneered Twin Rotor technology, the New Holland, Pennsylvania, company will feature the CR series 2020 models with a significant power upgrade, proactive IntelliSense system and significant cab and capacity improvements. The 2020 models include the ER8.90 with a Cursor 13 engine and 571 peak horsepower (up 54 horsepower from 2019) and the CR7.90 with a Cursor 9 engine and 460 peak horsepower. The 2020 models, built in Zedelgem, Belgium, feature increased horsepower and Stage V emission certified engines as part of New Holland’s clean energy leadership position in the market. One of the CR series newest features is the full-line integration of IntelliSense technology, an automatic combine setting system capable of selecting the best settings out of 280 million possibilities. The information from various sensors is analyzed by the computer and adjustments can be made every 20 seconds, following the strategy set by the farmer. The adjustments can allow a farmer to increase productivity by up to 20%. Other updates include improved exterior visibility with a darker cab interior, the addition of two USB ports and modern cab climate control panel and 10% more flow capacity through the clean grain elevator. These models also will feature an optional Dynamic Feed Roll Reverser, enabling the operator to clear blockages from the cab and reducing the downtime in the field. For more information, see a dealer or visit www.newholland.com.