The cockpit now has a 4.3" color TFT that we already know from the Versys 1000 S. Also on board is a 6-axis IMU, which enables cornering ABS and lean-angle-dependent traction control. Ride by Wire, 4 driving modes (3 fixed and one freely configurable) are also included and also a cruise control, as it should be for a sports tourer. In addition, you can of course connect your mobile phone to the bike and make settings via smartphone or record tours.
But that's not all: There is also an inclination display and a display of the braking force or the throttle response. Whether that has to be all remains to be seen, but it's kind of funny. In the evening let's see how weird you drove again today ... wonderful nonsense.
LED front and rear is of course also standard, only a cornering light is not available. The windshield is simply adjustable several times, but be sure: If it is placed very steeply, this can lead to turbulence on the helmet. You have to try it, with us the flat position worked best.