1975: New Holland was a rotary pioneer, introducing Twin Rotor® technology with the TR70 (145-168 hp). The face of harvesting was changed forever.
1979: The second generation of Twin Rotor combines included the TR75, TR85 and TR95 with a power increase to 155-225 hp.
1984: A bigger cab, improved visibility and S3 rotors characterized the TR76, TR86 and TR96 – the thirdgeneration Twin Rotor machines welcomed by farmers.
1993: Almost a decade later, the TR87 and TR97 fourth-generation combines made their mark with more power for increased capacity.
1997: Simplified controls made harnessing even more power on the fifth-generation TR88 and TR98 combines more efficient and productive.
1999: Six generations down the line, higher grainhandling capacity and enhanced visibility were the hallmarks of the TR89 and TR99 model.