Fendt’s 200 series tractors bound for North America, eventually

Second-generation 200 series Fendt tractors are bound for the North American market sometime in the future.

During a global online press conference last October, AGCO’s Fendt brand introduced a second-generation 200 series line of tractors. The original 200 series has been available in Europe for more than a little while and accounts for about 20 per cent of the brand’s Marktoberdorf assembly plant’s output, but it’s now been given a rethink and a technology upgrade.

The 200 series includes speciality models, such as vineyard tractors, but the 200 Vario series offers five general purpose machines in the 79- to 124-horsepower range. The tractors are now compatible with the new FendtOne operator interface and are designed with features that should appeal to livestock producers looking for a digitally-capable, sophisticated tractor.

The brand intends to eventually bring the 200 series to North America, although the timeline for that is still unclear.

“The serious launch is in January with a ramp-up curve in Europe,” said Roland Schmidt, vice-president Fendt marketing EME (Europe and Middle East). We are going to push the business in Europe and also include the other continents.”

The 200 series Vario tractors include five models in the utility segment. photo: AGCO

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