2006 Ferrari team cars feature prominent Case IH decals during the Grand Prix of Canada in Montreal, June 25, 2006; and the U.S. Grand Prix in Indianapolis, July 2, 2006.
2006 Case IH announces new on-board module builder technology for cotton harvesting. The Case IH Module Express 625 is the first commercial cotton picker with the ability to build modules while harvesting, saving time, labor and capital.
2007 In every country, Case IH equipment is approved to use five percent (B5) of an approved biodeisel fuel with the same performance as regular fuel. Following proper maintenance and fuel requirements, use of 20 percent biodiesel blends (B20) are approved in more than 90 percent of the models sold in Europe and North America. And, nearly half of the models sold globally, including the flagship Axial-Flow 8010 combine are approved, following proper protocols, for 100 percent biodiesel (B100).
2008 Case IH introduces Gold Signature Edition models to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Steiger and 20th anniversary of Magnum tractors. The limited edition models carry special decals that are personally signed by Randy Baker, Case IH president.
2008 Farmall tractors celebrate 85th anniversary with introduction of more than 30 models.
2009 Case IH brings to market the broadest line of combines in the industry with six Axial-Flow models, including a Class IX 9120 model.
2009 Case IH expands its Magnum line with three new models built in Racine.
2009 Case IH launches continuously variable transmission (CVT) technology, standard on the new Magnum 225 model and optional on the Magnum 180 - 210 tractors. Easier to operate than other CVT transmissions, the Case IH CVT automatically adjusts to constantly deliver the best possible balance of power and fuel efficiency at field speeds when operators need it most.
2010 Case IH ships world's first tractor meeting new the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Tier 4A emissions requirements for agricultural equipment. The engine in the new Magnum Series tractor uses Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) to reduce particulate matter and nitrogen oxides in emissions while actually boosting power, and improving fuel efficiency and durability.