My old 1644 Case IH would run rings around this thing. Maybe not. Though I thought it was traveling very slow. Any new Red or Green one would eat this thing if it got in the way of them. Might clog the rotors on the green one though Nice video, thanks for that!
For your information: a FENDT IDEAL 10 is already in development and will have a 12,6L engine from MAN and 790hp. Also Fun Fact: it will have no steering wheel.
You can find that newsteaser on the FENDT hp.Goddamn that's a beautiful machine. I have rarely seen any agricultural machine that is this pleasing to the eye. All the features seem really well thought out too. The future is now.
Great coverage of new combine, here in Australia it’s MF brand. Interesting is there a lot of plastic panels n I see last week the combine had some disappointing cracks I can understand why Gleaner is sheet metal still. Overall it be interesting to see if big combine will sell n how farmers are more efficient with this combine. Fendt Ideal 9T.... Wooow...
Bin capacity and load out capacity is killing it... Our JD S790 is lacking in that department... Like the Fendt guy said, they have listened to the farmers and designed the Ideal series based on farmer requirements... I wish JD would do the same..
I'm still a JD Guy. From everything I have read, watched and done serious research into... this is leaps and bounds ahead of the competion with the dual rotor models. Output of this machien is far superior to any other combine on the market at this time. LOVE it!! Won't be able to afford one for 20 years or so, but still love them. Can't wait for more videos featuring these game changing, John Deere eating beasts!
And there it is in all of it's glory THE BEAST.... Fendt really are leading the way both with their Combines and Tractors (especially the mighty 1050 which will outperform any of the lugging lumps the US produces both in terms of grunt in the field, tech in the cab and low running costs). To me, considering the Ideal is a brand new concept, built from the ground up and not based on an existing platform, it is leading the way but a huge margin and leaving the likes of John Deere, Case, Massey and so on in it's tail dust (yes pun very much intended)