New Holland has announced the CR10 a slightly less powerful version of the CR11. The newcomer has the same twin 60cm diameter rotors but is powered by a smaller Cursor 13, six-cylinder, 12.9-litre motor producing 635hp fed from a 1,300-litre fuel tank.

Compared to the CR Revelation models, the CR10 and CR11 are different beasts with bigger rotors to more effectively thresh and separate the crop giving the boost in performance and the Twin-Clean cleaning system. The CR10 can be partnered with 10.6-15.0m cutterbars with fixed or movable knife or a draper header. Grain tank capacity has also been reduced to 16m3 compared to 20m3 in the 775hp CR11.

The cab and styling is also borrowed from the bigger combine and the CR10 will also be built at the New Holland combine plant in Zedelgum. As for the rest of the specification details and features it is almost a copy and paste from the CR11 which we covered here

The first CR10 has landed in the UK and will be used for a series of benchmarking demos this season. As for availability, the CR10 will enter New Holland price lists from next month and will be out for harvest 2025.

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