And that CVT connects to a Cursor Fiat Powertrain engine that for now meets Tier 4 Interim requirements - the Final Tier 4 engine will be launched in the T8 after April 2014. That engine will offer a selective catalytic converter- only approach to emissions control. That means only a diesel exhaust fluid tank to deal with and nothing else. The ratio of fluid used may change in the new model - we'll get those details to you when they do.
The tractor also features full suspension with a new design - designed and made by CNH - that offers a smooth ride for this heavy duty rig. And make no mistake this Genesis T8 is heavy duty, yet can operate with finesse.
You'll still see tight-turning maneuverability with this machine. The longer wheelbase and the far-forward axle design keeps the turning radius narrow. The scooped hood design gives those front tires room to move as well.
And the company has set up a new website for you to check out that has both new information and a little days gone by look at the original Genesis. Check it out at genesis.newholland.com.