The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd. have presented Case IH with two Good Design Awards, one for its Farmall 75C Electric and another for the Steiger Quadtrac 715.
“The principle behind the development of the Quadtrac 715 is not simply more power,” said Franz Josef Silber, Case IH product marketing manager for high-horsepower and 4wd tractors. “Our aim was to create a machine that matches the requirements of our region’s largest farms, to operate implements at their ideal speed, producing higher workrates and allowing operations to be performed at the ideal time, even in tough working conditions, to make the most of short weather windows. We also wanted to ensure soil protection via a bigger footprint and fewer passes, which also means greater efficiency and minimal trafficked land.”
The Farmall 75C Electric was first launched at the Farm Progress Show 2023, featuring a new design and said to offer the same performance as the diesel equivalent. The Quadtrac 715 is the company’s most powerful tractor to date, delivering 778hp and a new design to increase visibility.
For more information go to www.caseih.com