The Fendt Katana 85 is true to its 850 hp prototype
The model of the powerful 850 hp self-propelled machine provides a functionality; the visible pre-contacting rollers for taking up the chaff on the Katana 85 are capable of full rotation. As in harvest implementation, when the corn header with ten rollers is positioned, the angular, elevated sides can be brought down to full working width and arranged so that they are ready for operation – everything is completely movable.
Harvesting with WIKING model prototypically simulated
The same applies for the chaff discharge chute that can be pivoted 210 degrees. For the Fendt Katana 85 from WIKING an appropriate pick-up is provided that can be attached to the forage harvester in precisely the same manner as for the front silage unit. The elements of the front unit are fully movable. The rear engine area is also accessible. The rear hood, as well as the side parts, can be lifted.
Fully transparent cab with finely detailed interior
The entry steps can be moved out and the transparent entry door can be opened. The side mirrors on the roof of the cab are also movable. A look at the cab interior reveals the many premises that the developers have taken into consideration in the completely redesigned Visio5 cab.
Attention: Not suitable for children under 14 Years! Risk of chocking as small parts could be swallowed or inhaled!