The predecessor was already equipped with a "full hut" category. Of course, that hasn't changed. There is still the two-part display with a large 6.5" color TFT touchscreen including Apple Carplay and Android Auto connection. We tried the last one and we have to admit: It's a very comfortable thing to enter your destination on your mobile phone and then enjoy a huge full-map navigation in the cockpit - unfortunately awesome!
The AT really has it all: lean angle sensors with cornering ABS and 7-way traction control, 4+2 riding modes, cruise control, heated grips, automatically resetting turn signals, etc. The only thing Honda hasn't implemented yet is a radar system, which will probably come with the next model change.
Incidentally, the machine also has cornering lights and an emergency braking system as standard, which automatically activates the hazard warning lights in the event of severe deceleration. BUT: Unfortunately, these many functions do not make it easy to use the AT. It's a shame that Honda continues to stick to a multitude of switches, which unfortunately aren't illuminated either. So: You can't sit on it and drive off, you should allow yourself a certain amount of time to get used to the operation of the machine.