John Deere is promising to take 'farming to the next level' with technology upgrades across a wide swathe of its tractor ranges.

Its model year 2024 tractors will have the new G5 CommandCenter displays fitted into all six cylinder 6R, 7, 8 and 9 Series machines, whilst 'driving comfort' will also be revamped.

The new displays will include the ability for producing documentation, data sync', JDLink connectivity, variable rate application, section control and AutoTrac guidance as standard on these tractors.

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For a kick-off, the 12.8-inch G5Plus is 33% larger than the previous display and comes with 1080P high definition and a much faster processor capable of making precision agriculture more efficient and future proof.

The 2024 John Deere 6R gets a redesigned steering column and new steering wheel for more comfortable working, especially on-the-road. In addition, there's a new dampening system available on both Premium and Ultimate seats that takes the 'bounce' out of it for operators.

The 2024 7R gets a new steering system with a 50% increase in steering capacity, via larger steering cylinders being fitted to all 7R models. This also features a new automotive type steering system, which re-centres itself and improves line holding.

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Known as reactive steering, the feature can be easily activated via a softkey on the CommandCenter. Two additional front brake discs will also help improve transport performance.

All 7, 8 and 9 tractors will also have a new high-resolution corner post display and a built-in StarFireTM 7000 to cater for increasingly demanding precision farming work.