In version 18.104.22.168:
- Added a non-standard long pipe.
- Added support for "Interactive Management".
The preliminary premiere of the JAGUAR 800 model range took place in 1993. Since the 1994 season, a new generation of forage harvesters has been available to all customers. The new series was equipped with engines ranging from 228 kW (310 hp) to 354 kW (481 hp). Simple direct drive systems installed behind the steering axle across the direction of travel provided optimal cooling air supply and easy access inside the car.
For example, in preparation for harvesting a grass silo, the CORN CRACKER could simply be rolled back and replaced with a grass shaft.
This innovative configuration has set the trend for modern forage harvesters on the market today.
Thanks to the favorable load on the driving axle, it became possible for the first time to hang eight-row corn harvesters. The exceptional appearance of the new CLAAS forage harvesters inspired confidence at first glance.
The spacious cabin featured a curved windshield and a sloping roof, which for the first time provided two seats for the driver and passenger when needed. Central lubrication was also included. The accelerator was placed directly behind the CORN CRACKER to accelerate the feed mass flow.
- Price: $100,000
- 820 (310 hp)
- 840 (369 hp)
- 860 (414 hp)
- 880 (481 hp)
- Wheel options
- Weight option +800 kg
- silageAdditives option
- color configuration of the frame and rear bumper